Re: Writing on Windows partition
How can I properly write on my Windows partition without logging as root?
I tried to create a group on purpose for this, and change group
ownersip of this partition from the root group to this new group, but
this operation was doomed illegitimate. May be it is possible to
overcome this impossibility, may be there are better solutions.
If it's an NTFS partition, you don't want to write to it (experimental
support; bad things can happen). If it's VFAT/FAT16/FAT32, that's okay.
In such a case, you need to feed the UID or GID option to the mount
command, something like:
sudo mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/Winders -o gid=winusers
assuming "winusers" is the name of your group you've created.