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[ale] gPodder NOT Writing to Other Partition
2008/12/17 Jim Kinney <jim.kinney at gmail.com>
> Since that is a non-standard location/point-point, did you leave SELinux
> You might want to change the mount point to be inside you home area or use
> FUSE to mount it.
> 2008/12/17 Marc Ferguson <marcferguson at gmail.com>
>> I'm running Fedora 10 x86_64 and gPodder 0.13.0. I have all my
>> music/podcasts on a separate partition. I go into the preferences for
>> gPodder and change the "Download Folder" to my /media/DATA/Music/Podcats
>> folder and I get an error.
>> So; it looks like I'm having some write issues with that folder. Can I
>> simply modify the /etc/fstab to have the owner be my username (marc) and not
>> root? I tried a:
>> *chown -Rv marc /media/DATA*
>> And that took a while, but it didn't change the ownership! Thanks.
>> Marc F.
>> "When life gives me lemons... I make Linuxaide!"
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> James P. Kinney III
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What the heck is FUSE? If it counts for anything I do have a symbolic link
in my home directory (/home/marc/Music/) that points to my "Music" folder on
my separate drive (/media/DATA/Music). Does that make a difference? And
about SELinux... I believe it's on, but I didn't have this issue with the
last release of Fedora. Is it a new policy with SELinux that's causing this
issue? It seems to do more harm than good, but then again, I don't know too
much about it. Thanks for your reply.
"..Grace to you and peace from Him who is and who was and who is to come.."
"When life gives me lemons... I make Linuxaide!" -Marc F.
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