Loc: Teetering between IL and AZ
I had it repair permissions. here's what it came up with.
Repairing permissions for “B's Hard Drive” Determining correct file permissions. Group differs on ./private/etc/cups/certs, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups/certs Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups/certs Group differs on ./private/etc/cups/classes.conf, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups/classes.conf Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups/classes.conf Group differs on ./private/etc/cups/cupsd.conf, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups/cupsd.conf Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups/cupsd.conf Group differs on ./private/etc/cups/ppd, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups/ppd Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups/ppd Group differs on ./private/etc/cups/printers.conf, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups/printers.conf Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups/printers.conf Group differs on ./private/etc/cups, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/etc/cups Permissions corrected on ./private/etc/cups Group differs on ./private/var/spool/cups/tmp, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/var/spool/cups/tmp Permissions corrected on ./private/var/spool/cups/tmp Group differs on ./private/var/spool/cups, should be 26, group is 0 Owner and group corrected on ./private/var/spool/cups Permissions corrected on ./private/var/spool/cups The privileges have been verified or repaired on the selected volume
Permissions repair complete
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That's normal, it will probably show the same thing if you reboot and run it again. It has to do with security for the cups printer engine. Don't have time to explain, gotta run, just trust me, and it doesn't have anything to do with all the problems you're having.
Pull the loose RAM chip before we try anything else. Thx.
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