I have dual booted with XP and Ubuntu 11.04. Later I formatted Ubuntu partition with 11.10 now I have three drives one for XP other for UBUNTU and other for data when I log in into UBUNTU I am unable to create or delete the all files in the other two drives (XP drive and data drive).
Is there any way to change permissions to the entire drive?
I am unable to change permission by GUI (properties option).
The method you use to set permissions varies with the file system.
For linux permissions it is chown/chmod , but I am guessing you are asking about ntfs.
For ntfs, edit the appropriate line in
/etc/fstabadd in the
Change your UUID to your NTFS partition , you can list it with
You then re-mount the partition and use chown and chmod
If you want a graphical tool, use PySDM
See also Ubuntu Wiki File permissions