right now I'm testing ubuntu 13.04 64bits, I installed it inside windows 7 originally I had my HDD partitioned(2GB Swap, 78GB Os, 346GB, as a warehouse) so my temp ubuntu is instaled on the ...
My NTFS partition is mounted as follows: /dev/sdb1 /mnt/dos ntfs permissions,locale=en_US.utf8,uid=1000,umask=0 0 0 I bound several folders to my home as follows: /mnt/dos/Books /home/me/Books none ...
I have my SSD on EXT4 and my shared data drive on NTFS. Unless anyone can think of good reason not to, I want to move the Trash folder out of the cramped SSD onto the NTFS partition. Any horror ...
I am using fstab to automount a NTFS dive... but I can not get the trash folder to work.... The line when I auto mount in fstab is: /dev/sdc1 /media/Data ntfs-3g defaults,uid-1000,locale=en_US.utf8 ...
I am trying to set up the ability for multiple users to use the Trash on a NTFS drive. The main solution proposed on the forums consists into enabling a single user to use the Trash. That is made by ...
When using a dual-boot Windows and Ubuntu. I see that there is a folder created with the name .Trash-1000 in the NTFS partitions. Could someone explain to me : What does this folder mean ? For ...