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revised OSX Yosemite problems saving to Ubuntu Bonjour server
Changed smb.conf copy&paste to cleaner testparm output
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Added some background regarding the network's size
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comment Run shell script on Linux box from a shortcut/app in Android?
This looks like a potentially interesting solution, I'll take a look at it. Thanks for the comprehensive answer!
Oct
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comment Run shell script on Linux box from a shortcut/app in Android?
I use Swype and it's great, but for something that's a repetitive task that never changes it seems silly to type in the commands each time
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accepted Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?
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comment Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?
@Paul have updated the question with the ls output.
Apr
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revised Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?
added output of ls from comments
Apr
19
comment Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?
@DanielAndersson that was it! I hadn't logged in again since adding myself to the group. Thanks!
Apr
19
comment Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?
ls -lad /home/username/downloads gives drwxrwx--- 38 username debian-transmission 4096 2012-04-19 11:39 /home/username/downloads, and ls -la /home/username/downloads/<a file in this folder that won't delete> gives ls: cannot open directory /home/username/downloads/<a file in this folder that won't delete>/: Permission denied (directory name changed, of course) Filesystem is ext4.
Apr
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asked Linux: why can't I delete files/dirs when my username is in the same group as the files' creator?