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LTOOLSgui Help: Copying files, creating files, symlinks and directories
Your Linux filesystem is set to read only by default. Uncheck menu item 'File - Linux read only' first, if you want to write
to your Linux disk.
Modifying or deleting is only possible with Ext2 and Ext3 partitions. ReiserFS partitions are always read only. No files or directories can be modified, deleted or created on or copied to a ReiserFS partition.
Creating new directories or Linux symlinks
- Select a directory, where you want to insert the new subdirectory or symlink.
- Click on the 'NEW' button in the toolbar or select menu item 'Edit - New' or in the contextmenu of the list where you want to create a new directory.
- In the pop up dialog box select 'Dir' or 'Symlink'
- Enter the new directory or symlink name
and the associated UID, GID and access right values.
- If it is a symlink, enter the symlink target's name.
- Click 'OK' to create the new directory or symlink. Click 'CANCEL'
to discard your changes.
- Select one or more files, which you want to copy.
- Click on the 'COPY' button or select menu item 'Edit - Copy'.
- Select the directory, where you want to copy the file(s) to.
- Click on the 'PASTE' button or select menu item 'Edit - Paste'
- Note: You can copy files within Dos or within Linux or from Dos to Linux or vice versa. However, you cannot copy directories.
Linux files will have standard values for UID, GID and access rights. Use the 'MODIFY' button, if you want to change these
- Drag and drop: You can also copy files using your mouse. Left click on a file (directories cannot be copied), drag it
to one of the trees and drop it on one of the directories in a tree or drop it in the other list.
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