That did not work,
$ sudo chown "$(id -u):$(id -g)" workspace.xml
chown: changing ownership of 'workspace.xml': Read-only file system
I am not sure why it is saying read-only. It is a ntfs drive. The file is in my MEGA cloud drive too.
I tried to run
fsck on the parition to see what was wrong with it, didn’t work either.
$ sudo fsck /dev/sdd2
fsck from util-linux 2.33.2
Checking 97280 MFT records.
Unsupported cases found.
ntfsck was unable to run properly.
As it turns out, I can’t access any part of that drive, not just that one file.