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Hi all simple question I got a partition (FAT32) formated from windows Created 1 folder (unix) I go in Linux(mandrake 10.1) get to that HD su log as root ls ...
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    Windows partition - change Rights in Linux


    Hi all
    simple question

    I got a partition (FAT32) formated from windows
    Created 1 folder (unix)

    I go in Linux(mandrake 10.1)
    get to that HD
    su
    log as root
    ls -l
    drwxrwxr-x unix

    chmod 777 unix
    ls -l
    drwxrwxr-x unix

    chmod o+w unix
    ls- l
    drwxrwxr-x unix


    All im trying to do, is that in that folder I want to save dloads from the internet but as you probly guessed, i cannot save to that directory Access denied

    so here I am getting irritated....

    I thought of formating the drive from linux but I wanted to understand what was the issue before.

    **MOD_EDIT(end of post removed due to no longer being true.)

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