Hey guys, hope you all had a good Turkey day.
I was mucking about in Windows 7 doing Updates, and had this USB in the pc at the time, well windows don't like that Linux "Infected" (kidding) USB in it's little ports lol...I guess. Now I cannot Sync it to it's backup. Once I noticed this... went into it and tried to Delete a File to see if it was something that was a problem, well it wasn't. I then tried to Delete other files and could not, the "Delete" was not lit up, not Active for use. I looked up gaining Permissions but it is over my pay scale and don't want to damage this important USB. I do see that I still seem to have Permissions to it, but maybe need to "chown" into it to gain permissions again? I know Al is good at this, so hopefully he comes around and takes a look. These are the Permissions that I see for most of the files.
ls -l /media/chris/PURPLE32GB1 total 6912 drwx------ 2 chris chris 16384 Jun 13 14:36 7zip
I also see this, which has the number "16" instead of "1" I did not include the files name because it is a linux client of mine, I'll add "JOE" to it for this purpose.
drwx------ 16 chris chris 16384 Oct 31 22:39 JOE
This is the one I tried to Delete first, but by the date it should not be an issue, I don't know what it is.
-rw-r--r-- 1 chris chris 1374 Sep 13 17:01 BOOTEX.LOG
And this one
-rw-r--r-- 1 chris chris 6449 Oct 19 08:52 Epson XP-310 Driver Install.docx
Otherwise all is basically the same, and looks normal to me. I did notice one thing, and don't know if it matters...The USB was named "PURPLE32GB" and now it is "PURPLE32GB1" I don't know when it changed, I did not change it, and if it was because I'm using Grsync or not. I'm Syncing that USB to a file now called "PURPLE32GB" that was created by Grsync on another USB.
Thanks, Gobble gobble