Now: How do i change permissions | Fixed: does ubuntu support floppy drives anymore?
wilkerob at googlemail.com
Sat Aug 4 14:41:09 UTC 2007
> Actually, i found where the device was. it was:
> (i am using a Mitsumi floppy drive just FYI eventhough that doesnt
> partain the problem)
OK, the solution I found was for a problem with internal floppies rather
than usb drives, so no good.
> anyways, i can mount it and so on and so on, now the question is, how do
> i change the permissions so that i dont have to be root to add/remove
> files from the drive?
> i tried changing the permissions through the GUI in root mode (i logged
> out, switched into run mode 1, ran sudo startx and logged in as root)
> I attempted to change the permissions from there, but it wouldnt change
> them. it would revert to the previous permissions where only the rout to
> do anything on this drive.
> How do i change this
If you can't "sudo konqueror", navigate to the mounted drive,
right-click and change permissions that way, I'm afraid I don't now. Be
interested to learn, though, if someone has the answer!
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