I'm having a maddening problem with a FAT32 partition on my laptop. When I start it up it runs fine at first, then all of a sudden I get messages like this:
This has never happened before today. The really bizarre thing is that things work fine when the system first starts, and I haven't pinpointed what the trigger is yet.
rm: cannot remove `anyfile.txt': Read-only file system
In case it matters, I'm running 10.10 Meerkat. Here's the line for the filesystem in my fstab:
It's a FAT32 partition so that I can have a workspace that's accessible from both Ubuntu and Windows 7 (I dual boot). Could this be part of the problem? I really don't know where to look for the error, so any help on things to try or look for is appreciated.
/dev/sda7 /home/morrisng/shared vfat users,rw,dmask=022,fmask=022,uid=morrisng,gid=morrisng 0 0