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NSLU2 Linksys DIED can't access USB drive

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i am trying to get data off USB drive that was attached to Linksys NSLU2 nas server.
it gives me permission denied when i try to open or copy anything.
i have it attached to a Ubuntu computer so i can read the file system.
i guess i need to force ownership or like a chmod 777 on the entire disk.

thanks for the help in advance.
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by:veedar
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As root user change directory to your usb drive and run:

find  .  -exec  chmod  777 {} \;
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i used linux reader. everything got copied. thanks for the help.
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