Managing File/Folder Permissions and Ownership
And if you're really crazy and just want to give all permissions to everyone as indicated by your title :. But this shouldn't be necessary in most cases. Also, do note though that volumes with FAT32 file systems don't have that permissions concept. In general, changing permissions like this on an external drive shouldn't be the solution to all of your problems though.
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Rather change the permissions based on a specific problem you face, for that particular folder only. Listen now. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How to recursively set owner or permissions to 'everyone' for all folders and files? Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 5 months ago.
Active 1 year, 1 month ago. Viewed 94k times. I think I need to set the owner to MyUser also. How can I do this via terminal?
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Or, alternatively sudo chown -R MyUser. That should allow you to do most operations, no need for any further modifications.
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And if you're really crazy and just want to give all permissions to everyone as indicated by your title : sudo chmod -R Apr 3, AM in response to sdee11 In response to sdee Apr 3, AM. I've got the same problem on my wife's computer. She can't backup or copy or even delete certain files after upgrading to Yosemite.
Could you please - please - give me step-by-step instructions of what I need to do to solve the problem? Thanks very much. May 2, AM.
Aug 4, AM. Finally found the fix.
I just replaced my home folder name in both places in the command and voila! Aug 7, PM. Question: Q: Root user and permissions More Less. Communities Contact Support.
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User profile for user: sdee11 sdee Question: Q: Question: Q: Root user and permissions I've created a new user account - A and want to move the files over from the old account - B so I had the idea to enable root and then copy the files and folders between the two users. When I've logged in as the new user A it's carried over the permissions as system with denied access signs on some folders in Finder How do I reset the permissions in terminal using chmod?
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