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How can I save a file in /usr/local/lib/cnet? I'm trying to save a GIF image in the CNET resource folder to use for a simulation.

It says permission denied, and when I try to chmod the folder it gives me the error "not permitted".

Any ideas?

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Seems like you need more rights to achieve this.

To be able to chmod, try becoming root before doing the call:

sudo chmod <YOUR_CHMOD> /usr/local/lib/cnet 
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correction: sudo chmod <YOUR_CHMOD> /usr/local/lib/cnet worked for me. update your answer and I'll check your answer as accepted. – Alexander Suraphel Feb 3 '11 at 13:28

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