Tooms (<thumyhawaii.rr.com>) wrote:
As far as I know there is a way to change the security mode after> I have just installed Mandrake 9.1 in "high" security mode. This is
> important because I didn't have the problem that I am having now when
> I had previously installed in "normal" security mode.
installation (somewhere in the control center)
To set the permissions when the partition is mounted, use the umask and> As a regular user, I can't access the Win2k partitions on my dual boot
> machine. I have no problem accessing them as root. I have tried
> changing the permissions (as root) to read access for "user", "group",
> and "others". This is the message I get: "chmod: changing permissions
> of `/mnt/win_e/': Read-only file system".
gid parameter (see the mount man page, Mount options for fat and Mount
options for nfs). Take a look at the parameters in your fstab.
Did you change the filesystem from FAT to NTFS? NTFS write support is> I know that win 2k is mountable only as read-only. What I can't
> figure out is why I can't change the permissions on it as I was able
> to read data from it on a previous install without having to do
> anything other than navigating to the directory I wanted.
experimental and can cause data loss, so probably this is why your
partition is mounted read-only.
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