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Old 08-07-2005, 04:32 AM
Tricia Henwood Tricia Henwood is offline
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Could not disable Ignore Permissions - each time I backup

Hi,

I'm a new user of SuperDuper!. I have an iMac G5 (2Ghz 20inch display) and a 12" G4 Powerbook. Both systems are running Tiger OS X (10.4.2). I used SuperDuper! to clone both hard drives to a partitioned external firewire drive for the first time on the 23rd July. First time around, I had no problem with the iMac G5 but received the 'could not disable Ignore Permissions' log error on the G4 powerbook. I came to this site and followed the instructions to enter in Terminal and it then backed up without a problem.
However, today I tried to do a Smart Update and I again received the same 'could not disable Ignore Permissions' log error on the G4 powerbook.
I was under the impression that I only had to enter the script once - am I mistaken? Do I have to enter the script in Terminal every time I want to backup my G4 powerbook? And why does it not affect the iMac G5?

Cheers
Tricia
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