I get permission denied in file manager but when i do it in terminal its hard and i mess up
any other way?
Last edited by GotSupreme (2012-10-06 16:01:01)
Right-click and select "Open as root".
while ( ! ( succeed = try() ) );
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you can launch your file manager with root permissions. that might help.
just be careful with that.
(to make sure i dont go accidentally messing up my system with root permissions active in a gui file manager, i make my the gtk theme red, when it's root.)
Thanks pvsaged, Solved
and thanks to vast one, used that way for /etc/apt/preferences