Re: [nslu2-general] How can I gain full access to NSLU2 formatted drive when connnecting it directly to a LinuxPC
- On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Sledge Hammer
> Skip my last reply. I am in as root and now can write to the NSLU2 drive.Yes, but it's not recommended.
> Next stupid question.... Is there a way to make my origional account able to write to this drive without having to login as root?
a relatively "safe" way (maybe. I never tested it on nslu) is to run
chown or chmod only on the directory you're interested in. Something
- chown -R your_username /media/nslu-drive/path/to/where/your/folders/will/be
- chmod -R 777 /media/nslu-drive/path/to/where/your/folders/will/be
The key here is to ONLY change owner or permission of a particular
folder, NOT the whole nslu drive.