Issues while open txt files through mounted drive on ubuntu
I’m using multiple operating systems.
While opening txt files from mounted Windows drive on Ubuntu,there would be an error
- Cannot open file “$STRT_REPLACE$”
the txt file is saved by notepad++ on Windows
Everything right while opening txt files saved in Ubuntu
The mounted drive is not read-only
Using Notepad++ v7.5.6 (32-bit) in Ubuntu 18.04
What can I do to fix it?
– sorry, that just talks about the bad error message. However, the rest of the problem seems to be a permissions issue. If you look at the file you want to open from Ubuntu, what do they claim to be?
Also, how big is the file you’re trying to edit? (And, if it’s large, how much free memory do you have) – 32-bit NPP is limited to 32bit integers for memory locations, so files must be < 2GB… and if you’ve got some memory-hogging apps open already, file size will be limited below that.
Thanks for help.
I found an option named “permissions” in ubuntu software configure just beside the option “remove”.
Turn on “Read/write files on removable storage devices” works well.