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Oct
31
comment changing the partition of a linux
I can not change the size of partion as it says that it is locked. Its type is ext4. what that means?
Oct
28
comment Gedit won't save a file on a VirtualBox share: Text file busy
thanks. I am %100 sure that the file is not oprn in windows and also no other application is using it. I can open it using OpenOffice and hence I am sure that it is not opened by other applications. It is only gedit that can not save it.
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
@Tony: I can not access this folder. Please see my original question which I add more information
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
@Tony: Here is the output of l -l : -rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 2012-10-05 19:17 BuildNotes.txt
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
@Tony:yes I manually mount it. How can I automount it?I checked the automount in VM setting (also giving full access)
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
Checking system, I found that I only have permission to create or delete files and not read/write permision. How can I give it to myself?
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
When I tried this, I got the message that user is lready in group, but when I am trying to change a file on share folder, I am getting error when I want to save it. The error is: Could not save the file /home/m/Desktop/vbox_shared/test.tst Unexpected error: error renaming temporary file: Text file busy.
Oct
23
comment File permission issues with shared folders under Virtual Box (Ubuntu Guest, Windows Host)
Yes, but it did not change the owner. After running tis command in a terminal for a file, and then looking at the file owner, it still belongs to root.