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Why is every file marked as an executable on my mounted NTFS partition?
But what if I need to store Linux executables there, because I use NTFS partition as a partition shared by Linux and Windows? I don't want all files to be executable (because they're mostly source code text files and resources which have to be seen by Windows and Linux). I only need the Linux executables (compiled from these sources on Linux) be marked as executable when seen by Linux (and only these files, no else) to be able to compile and run them from there without the need to copy to some other partition. Is there a way to do that?