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scottjsn
27-Jul-2012, 19:21
I connected an external hard drive via a USB. It worked fine until I installed IBM Websphere Application Server 8.5. Now, when I click on a directory, it does not open the sub-directory. So I need to reset the permission to read/modify then it allows me again.

I just wonder how this could happen? How to avoid it and how can I correct it?

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malcolmlewis
02-Aug-2012, 19:11
I connected an external hard drive via a USB. It worked fine until I
installed IBM Websphere Application Server 8.5. Now, when I click on a
directory, it does not open the sub-directory. So I need to reset the
permission to read/modify then it allows me again.

I just wonder how this could happen? How to avoid it and how can I
correct it?



Hi
When you plug the device in, run the following command and post the
output;


mount


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