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Use BatChmod
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 29, '02 07:39:09PM
With BatChmod you can do it without the Terminal. Target Classic Startup app with it and set owner to root with R,W and X boxes checked; set group to wheel with R and X checked; and everyone's R and X also checked. Dont forget the checkbox that "Apply ownership and privileges" to "Enclosed files and folders".

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Use BatChmod?
Authored by: WillyT on Apr 29, '02 08:05:08PM

How do you setuid. Don't see it in the docs. Can't find it in the help file either.

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BatChmod doesn't always work
Authored by: AMacAddict on May 03, '02 12:16:45PM

I tried this, but BatChmod wouldn't work for me. Only the terminal commands worked

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