I am running Mac Os 10.9 and connecting to a Mac OS server (10.8?) over our local network where I have an admin account. I regularly sync 3 directories from my machine to the fileserver using rsync. ...
I am running an Ubuntu 11.10 x86 VPS. I have given a user sudo privileges, and for some reason I cannot recursively chmod /var/www/. I am running Nginx with php-fpm, although that shouldn't matter. ...
I accidentally entered sudo chmod 600 -R / when I meant to enter /Documents/some_file and now everything comes up as permission denied. The root password isn't working. All my applications are shut ...
sudo chmod -R 777 / I did this. It was a mistake. Is there any way to undo it? Basically it's messed up more things than I can list. I don't have time-machine enabled on my mac.
Today is a great day for me - anyone can suggest other restore method than from tape with regard to my last glorious command sudo chmod -R o=rw / Btw I am on HFS+
I recently typed the command sudo chmod 777 -R / after that some things like sudo -i are not working normally. So I am wondering if there is any way I could reset the folder permissions to their ...