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that problem (link2sd unable to properly recognized partition) will and has happened to people who used modified link2sdPLUS. make sure you are using the actual free version or download the free version and pay for actual Link2SD_plus. that's what I've learnt :D
Try running everything from the ADB shell. adb shell su mount -o remount,rw /system If you install something as root "su" you can use chown to change the owner of the file. It's not quite like using suid but at least you can change the owner. It also looks likes Busybox has suid built in, if you have the right version. Check out this website for more ...
Once your debug bridge is connected, get it running as root with adb root. Then remount the partition read/write using adb shell mount -o rw,remount /system. Not sure what you mean by the suid part of your question, but if you can elaborate, I will try to answer that as well.
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