I copied files from ntfs partition with "cp -r" to
a ext3 linux partion.
Every source file's hard link number is 1. However,
some destination files's hard link number changed.
Is it nornmal? What made this change?
When I tried to delete these destination files,
shell showed me "rm:can't unlink XXX :Permission denied"
(XXX are file's name). This happened to files no matter
what their hard link number is, 1 or more.
I ran as the owner of these files, why still permission
denied? Is there any way I can know where the other
hard link, pointing to the same disk space, is?
Anyone can tell me what caused this and how to solve
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