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Lightbulb write file into usb - operation not supported

Hi Folks,

I need some light here... I have a removable HD. This one I partitioned in 3 parts.

I mounted the 3rd partition of this removable HD.

mount /dev/sd0k /mnt/pen

Then tried to write a file into my HD, just like that
cp /home/username/bookmark/bookmarks.html /mnt/pen/data003/bookmarks/bookmarks.html

Then I receive this message:
Operation not supported

The other way around works fine, i.e. I can copy file from this same device into my home directory. But I can not write/copy to the USB HD.

Previously I did such copy file writing to device successfully, but it was for a simple USB pendrive, not a USB HD partitioned in 3 parts.

So. What is the problem for this case?

All comments and suggestions are highly appreciated.
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