So when I do edit profile code, it's a different profile. The original one is indeed intact; at least I can open it from the text editor. But how can I reopen the original (proper) profile? Every time I try
sudo gedit etc/profile
It brings up a NEW, blank profile. Did I add those Java/Hadoop paths to the right profile in the first place?
Your user profile was not loaded correctly!
You have been logged on with a temporary profile.
Changes you make to this profile will be lost when you log off.
Please see the event log for details or contact your administrator.
I am well aware there is a workaround by Citrix, that can be found here, but that doesn't permanently fix our issue.
I have rooted my tab 2 10.1 and installed cm 10.1. i have 2 user profiles on the device. my main profile has root but my secondary profile does not. is there anyway to get root on the secondary profile? i can not use titanium backup or anything like that because superuser doesnt grant permission and i dont even get a dialog about it.
Well I'm just too green to Linux, but I'm stuck with a thing that I should know, and I don't.
My file has the following permission bits sets:
is owned by root ( but it should not matter since -x is active even for any user) it is not writable, and since it resides on a CDROM even if is a virtual iso mounted as a cdrom it sounds ok, but I can't execute:
It says "Permission Denied"
My need is :
1. To know who , when , which command used.
2. Local user should not delete this information.
[The thing is , here we have a number of employees working in root permission.!!! And we are not actually getting who is doing which command and all...]
I mean , with an example , i can say
i have a user user1
i need to give all the following permissions to user1, :