[Wodzu Wodzowski] > One is with mount command problem. I wrote in fstab file: > /dev/hda2 /mnt/winD ntfs ro,user,auto 0 0 This *is* the wrong list, as mentioned - but anyway. I don't know why you use both the "user" and "auto" flags. For one thing, "auto" is already the default, so does not need to be specified; for another, "user" is usually used with "noauto" instead (people normally want either "user,noauto" or the defaults of "nouser,auto"). But what you do want is the flag "umask=0" as explained below: /dev/hda2 /mnt/winD ntfs ro,umask=0 0 0 /dev/hda2 /mnt/winD ntfs ro,umask=0,user,noauto 0 0 (Depending on your desired configuration.) > So I checked attributes of this file and use 'chmod 777 > ...' and stiil don't have access to this partition. chmod does not work with the ntfs filesystem: the Linux kernel code for ntfs does not bother to read or write permissions information for files, since NT permissions are so different from Unix permissions. (User and group IDs would have to be mapped from one space to the other, and the classic Unix permission bits don't exist per se in Win32 either. Windows files have ACLs instead.) The only way to control the permissions presented is the "umask" option at mount time.
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