I tried running dmenu_run and get the following error:mkdir: cannot create directory `/root': Permission denied
/usr/bin/dmenu_run: line 9: /root/.cache/dmenu_run: Permission deniedTrying to create /root? This certainly confuses me.
Hi guys,i am trying to set up Vim as my C++ IDE since 2 days and no success so far.I have installed Vim pacman -Q vim
vim 7.3.661-1I have downloaded vim-latex and clang tar balls,extract and place appropriate directorys in ~/.vim e.g.
I know it's solved, but I had the same issue today and fixed it like this:Add the following to the "mem" section in /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules:SUBSYSTEM=="mem", KERNEL=="null|zero|full|random|urandom", MODE="0666"
I don't know if this has been brought up or not yet and I am sorry if it has but in school I just found out that if you use "vi" in the terminal, you can modify and view documents even if you don't "own' it.
Is it possible to somehow "fool" an app into "thinking" it has some permission which you disabled, so that it works normally? One banal example: Using Permissions Denied, I cancel the right to access contacts to Facebook app. The app seems to still work; however, it will crash as soon as you enter its settings.