so, what is your /etc/fstab entry for ntfs partition?
crp at cmc.net
Wed Dec 3 06:08:06 GMT 2008
> H.S. wrote:
>> H.S. wrote:
>>> It appears that without the "noexec" option all files in ntfs are seen
>>> as having their x bit set.
>> It appears that umask is the culprit. The following is what I have now:
>> as the mount options.
> Sorry, the previous set of options makes the files and dirs
> non-writable. The following sets allows writing too:
You really do not want to make the boot drive for the Windows XP system
writable anyway, as any changes you do to that drive from within Ubuntu
will cause XP's System Restore to malfunction, as it will detect that
you have changed the drive from the way it was the last time System
Restore was monitoring the drive, and it will refuse to restore any
previous restore points after that.
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