I have my MacOS partition mounted at /media/me, and I'm trying to play videos from it, at /media/me/Users/me/Movies, but I get an error that says I "don't have permission" to view the contents of the directory. I have the same username in MacOS as I do in Ubuntu, so it's puzzling that it says that I don't have permission to access my own files.
I know I can access these files using 'gksu nautilus' and browsing through the root directory, but I'd rather not do that, since it's dangerous. I also don't want to
chown the directory if it'll make me unable to access it in MacOS.
If it helps, here's the output of
sudo fdisk -l:
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 1 409639 204819+ ee GPT Partition 1 does not start on physical sector boundary. /dev/sda2 * 409640 487956615 243773488 af HFS / HFS+ /dev/sda3 487956616 489226151 634768 af HFS / HFS+ /dev/sda4 968960000 976771071 3905536 82 Linux swap / Solaris