FAT32 funny on OpenSolaris B122
By David Clack on Sep 16, 2009
I've been working on the B122 OpenSolaris Acer One 10", I have Windows 7 Ultimate installed on the first partition, FAT32 in the middle and ZFS at the end.
I mount the FAT32 partition via /etc/vfstab during boot.
My Documents is coming up in read only mode.
If I try to do a chmod -R 777 /shared_fat32/Daves/My\\ Documents nothing happens.
If I bring up nautilus and change the properties to read / write and apply to all sub folders, it actually does it.
I can now create files in My Music, My Pictures, etc.
Wish I could work out why ?