I use KDE Partition Manager to create a new partition. However, I have no permission to write.
I want to make a new partition(called temp on nvme0n1p6) use KDE Partition Manager and so it is. It is created successfully and it can be mounted. But when I tried to create a new file on the new partition, the color of
new is grey, which means it is disable.
Then I try konsole. The result show that I do not have the privileges. I guess it is the pwd of admin when launch the KDE Partition Manager. Then I turn my user type from admin into user. Delete the partition and recreate, then do the same ting and get the same result.
xx% pwd /run/media/kearney/temp xx% mkdir tmp mkdir: cannot create directory 'tmp': Permission denied xx% ls lost+found xx% sudo mkdir temp [sudo] password for kearney: xx% ls lost+found temp
- partitionmanager 21.08.2-1
- kearnel 5.13.19-2
At first, I look into the The KDE Partition Manager Handbook but there is no answer( FAQ included). Then I tried to search
KDE Partition Manager create new partition or this tittle on stackoverflow and stackexchange but got nothing.
Last month I resize the partition of manjaro from 110 to 120 GB accordind to Handbook on a LiveCD mode(cause the app can not edit the mounted partition, so I need to unmount it). And it work totally fine.
I think I can do the same thing on the LiveCD mode, but I want to find out if there is another way. And advise is appreciate
- The KDE Partition Manager Handbook
- Partitioning - Arch wiki: not really help
- [ KDE Partition Manager asks for password upon opening, but GNOME Disks does not. Why is that?. 2021](https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/647047/kde-partition-manager-asks-for-password-upon-opening-but-gnome-disks-does-not): not really help