NTFS and FAT partitions mounted with executable bits create lots of annoyance
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By default, Ubuntu (Edfy Eft and all the others I tried) mounts NTFS and FAT32 partitions with executable bits enabled for all files. So, when I try to open an text file at a NTFS/FAT partition, Nautilus complains that the file is an "executable text file".
That is is the /etc/fstab line for the partition
I've fixed that behavior changing the line:
So only the directories/folders have the executable bit enabled.
|Changed in ubiquity:|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|
|status:||Unconfirmed → Confirmed|
- NTFS and FAT partitions mounted with executable bits
+ NTFS and FAT partitions mounted with executable bits create lots of
|Colin Watson (cjwatson) wrote : Re: [Bug 78505] Re: NTFS and FAT partitions mounted with executable bits||#10|
|affects:||partman-basicfilesystems (Ubuntu) → nautilus (Ubuntu)|
|affects:||nautilus (Ubuntu) → gnome-mount (Ubuntu)|