Eric H. Johnson on 10 Mar 2013 11:45:45 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] File ownership under Linux

>> What file system are you running on the SD chip?

If the SD chip is using a Windows file system then all files are
automatically root:root ownership.  Also how is the SD chip mounted?
You can see this by issuing a mount command.

There are some distributions that mount FAT and NTFS file systems as ro
(read only) and noexec (non executable). <<

There are two partitions on the SD, a roughly 18MB partition (SDB1) with the
kernel which is FAT16 and the rest of the SD which is EXT3 (SDB2). I am
trying to write to the second partition.

The x86 also uses EXT3.


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