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    knoppix 3.2 and a fat partition

    I cannot write to my fat32 partition with knoppix and I am a newbie with linux. Could someone instruct me as to how I would go about doing that. Thanks.

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    You have to become root. To do this type sudo before any commands you type in the shell.

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    will this allow me to use KDE to write to the fat32 partition?

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    Do a few searches and look at the icons on your desktop. The context menu for each icon has some options- mount, change read/write mode, etc. It's all there you just have to look a little bit and as mattsbr suggested do it as root. If you have more questions post back and tell us what you've tried thus far.

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    EDIT:

    Nevermind. Figured it out. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jubcoo
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    Nevermind. Figured it out. Thanks!
    That's not going to help anyone else. Perhaps you could be so kind as to post how you did it.

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