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Try this.
Authored by: weeeze on May 24, '02 12:30:33PM

Tried your fix and anons' neither worked. But there is a nother factor. I'm an Idiot and have no Unix experience. What do you mean by "in the Terminal cd to your download directory"? Also do I have to be in root? My original problem was tring to drop a file on my HD from a .dmg. I had read only priviliges. So I read Poge's manual and opened root changed all files to read and write. When I closed root I couldn't run Classic. Also My Epson C80 no longer works in X 10.1.4

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Try this.
Authored by: weeeze on May 25, '02 03:13:34PM

This is what worked for me. After opening the root account.
comes w/ instructions even an idiot (read me) can follow.

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Stupid me
Authored by: serversurfer on May 26, '02 04:29:52AM

I didn't realize this was you, wheeeze.

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Stupid me
Authored by: weeeze on May 27, '02 01:46:59PM

I'm weeze. just joined last week to fix the privilages problem
which I did. thank to all.

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Try this.
Authored by: serversurfer on May 26, '02 04:27:40AM
Sorry, cd is a shell (Terminal) command to set the currentdirectory. Here's how you use it.

Assuming you downloaded the file to your Desktop (the default location for downloads) in the Terminal you would type:
you% cd /Users/you/Desktop
(you% is the shell prompt. Don't type that.) This will set the current directory (the directory with the "focus") to be your Desktop. All the commands executed after the cd command look for their targets in your Desktop until a new cd is issued. Also, since your Desktop is located in your home directory, you can use a UNIX shortcut to refer to it. The ~ character located just above the [TAB] key is UNIX for "/Users/you". That means,
you% cd ~/Desktop
has the same meaning as the above command.

If this doesn't help and neither does the tutorial, email me and we'll see what we can come up with. (I'll need to know the errors you are getting. Just copy and paste your Terminal session in to the email so I can read it.)

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