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Jan
13
comment Control file access per user?
Ended up reformatting the drives as ext4 and this works like a charm. Needed to sudo chown -r root:root /mnt/media1 /mnt/media2 though to get it to work.
Mar
3
comment APT-GET: Does APT-GET store its # updates somewhere?
I'm trying to avoid using something that will cause a delay, since the prompt is "rerun" in python every time you hit a new line. I use something similar to your proposal in conky, but I am looking for something quicker. Also trying to avoid using cron to write a separate file.
Jan
7
comment Control file access per user?
This'll do -- thanks. :)
Dec
31
comment Control file access per user?
[chow] (/mnt) >> sudo mount -o remount,rw /mnt/media1 Remounting is not supported at present. You have to umount volume and then mount it once again.
Dec
31
comment Control file access per user?
Those commands aren't changing the mod/ownership of the files. I forgot to mention, the drive is ntfs... would that prevent me from achieving this?