Chuck,

I think you don't have write authority on the destination drive and/or 
folder.

This guess comes from my own experiences with (k)ubuntu.

HTH,

Peter Colpaert
Application Developer
PLI - IT - Kontich, Belgium
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Hi folks,

 

I am try to copy a file from one drive to another under Knoppix and when I
try to do that by clicking on the file and dragging it and releasing it on
the other drive and select Copy I get a "Could not write to" error.

 

Thanks !

 

Chuck

 


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