Well, so the permissions that you set as posted in your 1st post are correct.
That most obviously is not working.
Some QUESTIONS and possible SOLUTIONS:
Were your files or your hard drive set up on a different OS? If it was, that might be one of the reasons that you experience this because they have different ownership.
However, you have
ntfs-3g installed so for some unexplained reason that is not working out for you the way as intended. That being said, it is interesting to note that NTFS support in the kernel is not all that reliable.
If you are not using Windows or Mac OS, but only Linux, then you do not need NTFS.
Can have this hard drive non-NTFS, such as EXT 2,3,4 or even FAT and FAT32 (for files less than 4 Gigs).
This is because the latter 2 are RW out-of-the-box for any FS types.
For files greater than 4 Gigs, then it is best to have that FS in exFAT.
For this one, you might need
The thing with NTFS is that particular FS does not have file size limitations.
If you experience no success and/or do not want to format the NTFS for what-ever reasons, then try this in your
fstab file. I do not know if it will work, but let’s try it:
LABEL=YOUR-NTFS-DRIVE none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse
You may or may not need to log out/ or reboot.
Or try this ( I know that it is similar to a solution you tried earlier, but it is slightly different – In all honesty, it might not work but let’s try it anyways.) :
cd to that drive, do
sudo chown -R -v Tamias Han:Tamius Han *
If continuing to be a no-go, then post the output for each of the following commands:
fsck -l and
We will work from what you have from there if still a no-go.
Try the following next solution.
Unmount the NTFS hard drive with
Then remount it with:
mount /dev/sdXX /run/media/Tamius Han/ -t ntfs-3g -o nls=utf8,umask=0222