I have 2 SSD's; 1 for my OS' (will refer to as the "OS drive") and the other for data (data drive). I have dual booted Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04. The Windows side seems perfectly fine. On Ubuntu, however, frequently (not always) I won't be able to save data onto the SSD that holds data because Ubuntu says it is read-only. This is from startup onwards. Again, this only frequently happens and not every time so sometimes it is mounted correctly and other times not. I am able to save data on the other ("OS drive") drive though.
The drives are of different file systems. My "OS drive" (mounted at
/boot/efi) is of
FAT32 while my "data drive" (mounted at
This image shows that, at this point, my "data drive" is read-only ("ro").
I've run the command I grabbed from this answer to remount as read-write ("rw").
mount -o remount,rw /dev/disk/by-uuid/9ACC1AC5CC1A9C17 /mnt/9ACC1AC5CC1A9C17/
Getting the params from "disk":
cat /proc/mounts sees that the drive is now in read-write mode:
...but I still cannot seem to write to the drive. The same command of touch fires back:
No such file or directory.