frank@ubuntu:~$ chown frank/backup/
chown: missing operand after `frank/backup/'
Try `chown --help' for more information.
1.- you want me to use mkdir /backup, ok that did creat a dir on mi / directory but noot on the other drive, is that ok?
here is the original command that I have used
frank@ubuntu:~$ sudo mkdir /backup/frank
Husse wrote: frank@ubuntu:~$ sudo mkdir /backup/frank
Without "sudo" you will hardly be able to create a new directory "backup" underneath "/" .. because that's precisely what " /backup " means. ==> Directory called "backup" underneath " / " .... SoHusse wrote: Then no sudo should be used. With sudo root becomes the owner, without you become the owner.
sudo mkdir /backup/frank
Of course. A normal user is not supposed to touch anything on " / " e.g. by creating a new directory in it ... only root's God-like powers can do that.frank392 wrote:mkdir /oficina/
mkdir: cannot create directory `/oficina/': Permission denied
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