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Old 05-07-2006, 05:07 PM
mypointofview mypointofview is offline
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Can't delete locked .rtfd during smart backup

I get this error message;

| 02:08:02 AM | Info | Error removing item: /Volumes/G4 Factory/Users/martin/Documents/iNotePad/Backup/Mac applications/2006-04-30 13:18:53 -0700 - Mac applications.iNotePad/System.folder/SuperDuper!.folder/Bug with locked items.rtfd/.typeAttributes.dict of type: 100000, Operation not permitted
| 02:08:02 AM | Error | SDCopy: Error deleting /Volumes/G4 Factory/Users/martin/Documents/iNotePad/Backup/Mac applications/2006-04-30 13:18:53 -0700 - Mac applications.iNotePad/System.folder/SuperDuper!.folder/Bug with locked items.rtfd/.typeAttributes.dict
| 02:08:02 AM | Error | : Operation not permitted


This is a bug which I signalled already several months ago and had really hoped that it would be solved. Is this difficult?

I am using a program called iNotePad and you can lock files. Those files are stored in a hidden directory as simple rtf or rtfd files.

SuperDuper was able to copy that file to the target volume (in my case a concatuated "RAID" out of 3 drives), yet when deleting the file on the target volume during a smart backup it gave this error.

The complete backup process had stopped it seems.

Sincerely, martin.
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