I am the administrator on my Quicksilver/867, running OS X 10.1.5 and I'm the only user of this machine. I just performed a clean install of my system and everything is working great now…but the permissions for the hard drive is grayed out. I want to change the icon for the HD and I need to get "write " permissions changed.<br><br>The question is: How can I do this from the terminal? At the terminal prompt, what do I type into the window to change the permissions? Any Unix gurus out there?<br><br><br>
I sent you a response to this question at the MacCentral forums, but incase you didn't get it:<br><br>The easiest way is to download "RepairPrivileges1.1" at versiontracker.com or Apple.com.<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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