I am having issues with chmod.
My Linux install is on an ext4 filesystem. I also have a fat32 filesystem on the same disk. The fat32 filesystem is called "ARES".
I have the fat32 filesystem mounted, and I want to change the permissions of some of the files/directories on it. So I navigate to the directory where I want to be:
From there I have a subdirectory called web with a single file index.html in it. I run the following command:Code:$ cd /media/ARES
index.html gets its file permissions changed correctly, but nothing happens to the web directory itself. I've even tried sudoing....and nothing...Code:$ chmod -R 755 web
Is it something to do with the fact that it's a mounted fat32 filesystem? Why won't it let me change the permissions of the directory?