[Sussex] Mozilla Ok
Angelo.Servini at claybrook.co.uk
Thu Aug 19 09:15:00 UTC 2004
As you know I am using a dual boot using Gentoo Linux + Win2k. For
compatability and (wanting the ability to access mail in both) I am now
using Mozilla on both OS's. I have a partition called (D:) that is Fat32
and have my Win2k Mozilla directories on this D: drive. I would like to
setup Gentoo/Mozilla to use these directories rather than Home. The trouble
is that Gentoo seems to only want to access this D: drive as root. What is
the chmod command I need to use to allow full access by my user (angelo)?
I also have another problem. I can only use my optical mouse as USB and
cannot find the conf file to change to use it.
Any answers appreciated.
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