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No, no. I typed it correctly it is not a problem. Because of some reason it seems that everything that I do as superuser don't have effect. For example, I ...
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    No, no. I typed it correctly it is not a problem.

    Because of some reason it seems that everything that I do as superuser don't have effect. For example, I couldn't change ownership of directory. I typed chown with proper directory names and command syntax and when I pressed enter I got some response from kernel in terminal and it looked like it chown command realy was changing something, but when I checked ownership of directory it still remained same. Nothing changed.

    Thanks anyway

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    for ownership, add uid and gid in mounting code for NTFS in fstab file.
    Code:
    su -
    gedit /etc/fstab
    add this code
    Code:
    /dev/<ntfs_partition>  <mount_point>  ntfs  defaults,umask=0,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0






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    Smile

    Thanks Casper, I solved my problem.

    You are really friendly ghost

    Regards

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