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I'd guess that at some point, files in your home directory became owned by root (because of misuse of sudo). Try chowning them back: sudo chown $USER:$USER ~ -R
Having an administrative account on a Linux machine doesn't mean that every command you execute is automatically run with full permissions. This would be unwise and may even make your system unusable. To run a command with full access to the file system, you can add sudo before the command. This will run the following command as the actual root user, so it ...
You say it's mounted with rw permissions, but Steam is asking for execute permissions. Use the exec option while mounting it. (Or the defaults option, which covers most common options: rw,suid,dev,exec,auto,nouser,async).
According to open_basedir manual: When a script tries to access the filesystem, for example using include, or fopen(), the location of the file is checked. When the file is outside the specified directory-tree, PHP will refuse to access it. It seems that your php open_basedir configuration allow these path: ...
Use this command to get some useful information about your USB drive. sudo blkid Ex output last line : /dev/sdb1: LABEL="TOSHIBA EXT" UUID="583AA2D33AA2AE06" TYPE="ntfs" use the command and note down the UUId of the USB drive The last entry is my external USB drive. Note down the UUID and TYPE of your external drive. You can make sure that your drive ...
Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i chmod -Rf 777 /media/ray/1768-274C
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