That did it, thanks :)
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That did it, thanks :)
The filesystem is an ntfs one.
despite repeatedly running
sudo chown -Rv josh:josh /mnt/data
it still lists files in the directory as owned by root. Why is chown not working?
The terminal outputs a massive string of working...
Changing it to 1001 instead of 1000 fixed the problem :) but I'll do the above if I have any more issues.
joshua@Nero:~$ cat /etc/passwd | grep joshua
This would mean that I'm 1001, not 1000, right?
du: cannot access `./.gvfs': Permission denied
I ran the command today, and this is what it gave me.
"System Monitor" is still telling me that I have 1.5GB left on a...
The screenshot utility seems to hate me today, but here's the text output.
tar: Darcey's Website/index3.html: Cannot utime: Operation not permitted
tar: Darcey's Website/index.html: Cannot utime:...
UUID=44EBC5660C2616FA /mnt/data ntfs defaults,nls=utf8,umask=000,uid=1000,windows_names 0 0
I have this line in my fstab to mount a data partition.
However, I can't seem to extract archives to...
I installed Ubuntu on an older computer, and when I move the mouse around, the mouse leaves a mark where it has been.
Is there any way I can fix this?
The computer has a 512+256 of ram, so it...
du: cannot access `/home/joshua/.gvfs': Permission denied
That's just the thing, I have nothing in my /home but softlinks to my storage partition.
df - h
/dev/sda5 25G 24G 285M 99% /
udev 3.9G 12K 3.9G 1% /dev
tmpfs 1.6G 948K 1.6G 1% /run
none 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock
Yeah, I really can't give much more detail than the title.
Any idea why this is happening?
Thanks oldfred, that worked perfectly. :)
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
# Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a
# device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices
I edited my fstab to allow for mounting a partition as part of the file system.
Since then, I've juggled the partitions around to make room for windows again, and I'd like it if someone could tell...
Do you know if you can...
A. install photoshop on more than one computer?
B. unregister a computer if it works badly?
Thanks for the advice, btw :)
I'd be getting all CS6.
My only worry is that wine might be insufficient for a huge program like photoshop.
Does anyone know if there's a way to get Photoshop running on Ubuntu?
I'm buying an Adobe bundle, but I'd prefer not to have to Install Windows to run it. :\
p.s. Virtualboxes not prefered.
Is there any way you could do the above with a dict? I can't figure out how to set a variable value in a dict.
How would I convert the following block from C++ into Python?
cin >> input;
case 'testing': anotherVariable=4;
case 'etc': thisVariable=87;
No classes I've ever taken have ever told me that.
My Java teacher told me to throw the whole bunch in one file.
What I said has been from my experience thus far.
Why thank you :D
So, in an ideal program, it would be modular.
That is, each function would be written to perform a single task, and the main function would act as an outline.
Is it possible then, to write a C...
Does anyone have any advice/links on how to sterilize Python input?