I'm using a virtualbox running Linux Mint 14 Nardia, 32 bit as a self contained development environment to work of files shared on an NTFS shared drive from a dual boot Windows7/LinuxMint host system.
On the guest (Linux Mint) I can open and edit the text files with pluma (and also with gedit), but both refuse to save the edited version, saying unable to rename temporary file as it is busy... which it isn't AFIK.
What I can do is save it under a new name. Exit the editor and then delete the old one and rename the new one manually... but it's a bit inconvenient doing it that way.
Has anyone else seen this problem and even better if they found a solution to eleminate the manual renaming steps?