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Locked files and Mac OS X
Authored by: barfalot on Dec 09, '09 09:17:25PM

Just run the following command from within the root of the directory of files and sub-directorys whenever you have a lot of locked files. It will unlock every one recursively without writing a shell script. Mac OS X and up.


$sudo find . -print -exec Setfile -a l {} \;



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Locked files and Mac OS X
Authored by: TvE on Apr 19, '10 11:42:55AM
So if I use my SHELL to run your SCRIPT - then I don't understand what you mean with

…It will unlock every one recursively without writing a shell script…
;-)

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