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    melrockz NNTP User

    Post change permissions in NTFS volumes

    I'm trying to make my NTFS volumes writable by the chmod command.
    Code:
    sudo chmod -R 777 /media/songs
    But this doesn't seem to work. The owner is root, but isn't the above command supposed to work? Please help.

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    Default Re: change permissions in NTFS volumes

    IIRC you should set write permissions in your fstab, and not by directly chmodding them. Anyway, I may be wrong - the thing to make sure is, you have to have the ntfs-3g driver, the plain-vanilla ntfs driver is for read-only access.
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    Default Re: change permissions in NTFS volumes

    Expanding on the good advice of JosipBroz, reading material:
    HowTo Mount NTFS Filesystem Partition Read Write Access in openSUSE 10, 11
    Leap 42.3 & 15.1(Beta) &KDE
    FYIs from the days of yore

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