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Thread: CF Card permissions changed after being used in VMware Player ...

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    Unhappy CF Card permissions changed after being used in VMware Player ...

    And the worst thing is, I can't get to change that.
    No more way to write on the CF Card in Ubuntu, only in windows under the Virtual Machine.

    Please, help ...

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    Re: CF Card permissions changed after being used in VMware Player ...

    Quote Originally Posted by marginal39 View Post
    And the worst thing is, I can't get to change that.
    No more way to write on the CF Card in Ubuntu, only in windows under the Virtual Machine.

    Please, help ...
    You probably didn't Unmount it correctly so it is set as a "Dirty" filesystem.

    Do a Check on it in Ubuntu or a chkdsk in Windows.
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    Re: CF Card permissions changed after being used in VMware Player ...

    Quote Originally Posted by dcstar View Post
    You probably didn't Unmount it correctly so it is set as a "Dirty" filesystem.

    Do a Check on it in Ubuntu or a chkdsk in Windows.
    I tried, now I am getting the following error message: "DBus error org.gtk.Private.RemoteVolumeMonitor.Failed: An operation is already pending" ...

    Thanks.

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    Re: CF Card permissions changed after being used in VMware Player ...

    Well, even after checking my backup partition on the HDD (unmounted and mounted after the check), I get a message that it is write protected ...
    All those problems started after I installed a VMware ran by the VMware Player ...

    Thanks.

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