I am running OSX 10.4.11 on a G4 Sawtooth with 3 internal hard drives. Recently while setting up new user accounts for family members, I foolishly assigned 'No Access' to 2 drives other than the boot drive. Naturally, they now don't appear on the desktop. I tried to fix permissions/ownership for these drives with Disk Utility, but the volumes are indicated by a document icon and the fix permissions button is grayed out. How do I re-establish ownership? I have an admin account but am quite ignorant of Netinfo or Terminal. Many thanks
I have to work in the late nights some times for server maintenance and in a hurry to complete I am accidentally changing ownership or permission of directories :(
which have similar names ( /var in root and var of some other directory ).:confused:
Can some one suggest me with the... (1 Reply)
I'm trying to setup a directory structure for my staff which enables them full access to files in the directories with their name, and have access to anything in the shared directory. The directory structure looks like this:
root@www10 # ls -l
drwxr-xr-x 7 internal internal 4096... (3 Replies)
I'm still learning unix and I have what is probably a simple question but I can't seem to find the question to. I have an Ultra 10 Sparc Server running solaris 8 and the drive may have crashed (I hope not). Currently, it appears some files in the /etc folder are missing. I have a backup... (1 Reply)
Here I am using Sun V880 server which have discsuit pack of 8 discs with 2 sub mirrors each.
Everything was fine for the last 1 year. Now I am getting problem of taking backup of the server. After analysis what I got that each 2nd submirrors are in NEEDS MAINTENANCE status.
What... (5 Replies)
This is my newbi question. I have HP-UX on a MO drive, need to backup that MO in case of damaging the original. Therefor I need a copy on server and be able to put that copy onto a blank MO to recreate a working bootable disc. This what I did.
First I tried to make a copy with dd
dd... (0 Replies)