[OS X TeX] All TeX files are locked!
abellaic at math.jussieu.fr
Wed Jul 29 20:39:05 EDT 2009
Le 30 juil. 09 à 02:09, Maxwell, Adam R a écrit :
> On 07/29/09 17:05, "David Watson" <dewatson at me.com> wrote:
>> Perhaps someone opened "Get Info" for a certain folder, changed the
>> permissions for "everyone" and then clicked on the gear at the
>> bottom of the
>> window, and then selected "Apply to enclosed items".
> Note that if you restore manually from a Time Machine backup, you
> also end
> up with an ACL that prevents saving files, although you can open
> them. You
> can't get rid of it from the Finder, either.
What is an ACL ?
> It's odd that so many of those files/folders have world write
> permission...that's a security problem.
I know, but I wanted my wife and me having free access to all the math
and related files, which lie in a third directory (nor hers, not mine).
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