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I have programs from snap - Telegram, Skype and some others.

And I have secondary ntfs hdd drive shared with Windows.

All programs from snap can not read files from ntfs - Telegram, Skype.

I know that my Kubuntu using ntfs-3g driver.

ntfs drive mounts with dolfin (or I can mount on startup with KDE settings GUI with the same result).

The same programs from other repositories works fine.

Can it be solved, and how?

PS: I tried the way here. It fixes problem with Telegram using

sudo snap connect telegram-desktop:removable-media

but the same does not work with skype.

sudo snap connect skype:removable-media

error: snap "skype" has no plug named "removable-media"

  • Thanks. It fixes problem with Telegram using sudo snap connect telegram-desktop:removable-media, but the same does not work with skype. – Дмитрий Полянин May 22 '19 at 7:38
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    Doesn't it help if you mount the NTFS-partition somewhere under your home-directory? – mook765 May 22 '19 at 11:59
  • I think I will do so. I already think about it. But strange for me that this is no normal way compatible with native ubuntu mount to media. Thanks for your help. – Дмитрий Полянин May 22 '19 at 14:11
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    Possible duplicate of How to get access to USB-storage from the application installed as Snap? - the problem is with removable-media plug, you should ask Microsoft to add it to the snap, or simply install deb-version. – N0rbert May 22 '19 at 20:39