Originally Posted by TheDogman
No disaster. I am just sick and tired of constantly using work arounds when I'm sure there is a way to make the entire file system read / write. I had it this way using the MDL firmware. The only way this would turn into a disaster is if a user got plain stupid with it and deliberately messed with files that he knew weren't to be messed with. Also the comment earlier about a "simple chmod 666" is kind of funny because not all of us are guru's with linux such as some of you are. Please be easy on the guys trying to learn and give back to the community also. Everyone was a N00B once. Don't forget that! -smiles- Anyway thanks for the replies. I will continue my search for the fix!
I still wonder what it is you are trying to do. Honestly I can't see much of a reason because most things I do are done in Root Explorer (hands down the best file explorer and worth the price) and it's merely clicking the button to make R/W and then altering what it is I need to do. What firmware are you on by the way ? You stated you were
on MDL but not now. I might only assume you are on one of the more locked down firmwares like MK2 or MF3 and maybe it is not possible.
The chmod comment was not a dig at anyone and he was asking if that is what you are trying to do as in linux cdmod 666 makes the file system R/W.
What other directories are you trying to make R/W ?
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