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Old 09-20-2005, 03:54 PM
2stepbay 2stepbay is offline
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SD vs Tiger - Chown Command

[QUOTE=dnanian]To fix this, you need to lock down ownership -- likely in your Home folder. You can do so with the "chown" command, if you know how to use that... I can give some basic instructions to help out, too.[QUOTE]

Thanks Dave. Sounds like a Terminal command? Appreciate any direction you can offer.

Does version 2.0 adjust for the floating files? or is the chown command enough?

I appreciate the updated info about v2.0. I like the screen shots. Very generous of you to offer it as a no charge upgrade.

I think SD is a much more efficient way to clone than what the competitors offer. Thanks again for your attention to the detail.
late 2012 iMac i7 / 32 gb RAM; 1TB Fusion SSD
MacBook Pro 15" 2.3ghz i7/ 16 gb RAM; 500GB SSD

Western Digital Elements SE 500GB USB 3.0
Western Digital Slim 1TB (used as primary bu drive on MBP)
Western Digital My Passport 4TB

Last edited by 2stepbay; 09-20-2005 at 03:55 PM. Reason: edit
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