I have a laptop running Ubuntu Server 12.04 and suddenly, yesterday, I don't know what happened, but all the permissions changed of my home directory, so when ever I try to create a file, it says ...
I'm trying to hide some directories on a mounted file system (it's not about security, just aesthetics). I've mounted the file system regularly on /mnt/data and wanted to use aufs to overlay a ...
I've been storing some files on a MicroSD formatted to ext4 that I connect via USB. I tried to move a directory in it to an external hard drive, and I got mv: error reading ...
I've put together a small system with busybox, a Linux kernel, and a small file system, putting stuff in as it seemed necessary -- I don't know if I've been learning much from this, but I started out ...
Is it possible to mount a loopback file as read-only, and redirect all writes to RAM?
I have an ISO file and I mount it under /mnt/isofile. Then I copied this file to another folder. But the contents are read-only and belonged to root. I tried to use chmod and chown. But it prompts ...
I have a bunch of servers connected to a SAN. One server hosts the production database server, performing full database backups to a filesystem on a LUN that is exported to all servers. Only the ...