If I store a file in
ext4 formatted partition, it's permission is saved. I mean, I can have different permissions for different files in
extX partition. However, If I store a file in
NTFS partition, I can't change it's permission. The permission is depends on how
NTFS partition is mounted. For example, with nautilus, all file permissions will be
It can bring some problems if I backed up some files that need different permissions from
NTFS. Two files with
rw-r--r-- permissions will have
rwxrwxrwx permissions if stored in
My points here is (which basically one point in the title):
- Where is the information about file permission stored?
- If it stored in OS configuration, how can I get exactly the same permission if I reinstall the OS.
- If it stored in the file it self, does it means file state is
changed when copying from
NTFSand vice versa?
- If I have a lot of files with different permissions, then copy all
of them to
NTFS. Is it possible to get back the exact permissions for all file if I copy all of them back to
- Is it possible to have different file permissions in