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Android Device Manager rolling out!view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Not sure how this happened but I've now got Android Device Manager under settings, device administrator. (HowTos)

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copying a file on a jfs filesystem, does not follow acl guidelinesview story

http://linuxexchange.org – Hi everyone, I have a jfs filesystem /dev/md2 on /mnt/hd2 type jfs (rw) to which i am trying to copy some folders into target folder /mnt/hd2/videos/movies/. note: I am actually not using this target folder directly, but a symbolic link in my home folder that points to the target folder. Now, the folder /mnt/hd2/videos/movies/ has default group acl enabled: nass@stargaze:/mnt/hd2/videos$ getfacl (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] administrator user has restricted access to filesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS I constantly have problems with restricted access to certain files and folders. I am logged in with a user account listed as "administrator" but I am not able to copy anything from the home folder to, lets say /usr/share/apps in order to do that I need to start gnome commander as "administrator". (Hardware)

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Wanting to move ~/Downloads to another partition after install.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – pelpix wrote:Scimmia wrote:*sigh* we're not getting anywhere. I give up.I'm just wondering why it's doing it.  Several of my other folders are separate partitions and they aren't listed as such.Not according to your fstab... jasonwryan https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=25579 2013-08-04T04:04:31Z (HowTos)

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Why are all partitions owned by the root user?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am on Debian 7, I have two 500GB partitions. One partition is for the system itself and the other is for Backing up data. The problem I have is that after I type the root password to mount the partition it seems that the root user is the owner of the partition and I need to constantly use the terminal to store files. (HowTos)

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With Plug, Create A Personal, Subscription-Free Dropbox With Your USB Drivesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Plug just launched a Kickstarter campaign for its $69 adapter. It will transform your USB drives into a personal Dropbox for all your devices. Thanks to a deep integration in your filesystem, you won’t have to move your files to a special folder or a virtual hard drive. After launching Plug’s app, everything is transparent and you won’t have to change your workflow. (IT news)

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[ubuntu] Documents files lost after an updateview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Good day! My files in Documents and Downloads folders have been lost after doing ubuntu update. I am using ubuntu 12.10. How to recover back my lost files. And my desktop icons disappeared also. Any help is very much appreciated. (Hardware)

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Cannot run multiple files through csh scriptview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I have a shell script that is supposed to run multiple processes one after the other. It runs 3 processes simultaneously in the background, waits for them to finish and then runs 3 more processes, and so on. It has to do that 12 times. My problem is that once the first 3 processes finish, the original script also terminates. Can you tell me why that is happening? (HowTos)

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Windows folder permissions, Administrators and UAC, what's the "right" way to deal with this?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a folder with permissions: Administrators (group): Full. J. Bloggs: Full. I'm logged in as a member of the Administrators group. I can't open the folder in Explorer because "you do not have permission". I suspect this is because normal processes do not have the administrator permission token because of UAC, unless you also 'run as administrator'. (HowTos)

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Facebook Slowly Making Home More Livable With Customizable Launcher Dock And Now Foldersview story

http://techcrunch.com – When Facebook Home launched, its launcher was awful. No dock, no folders, no widgets — basically none of the personalization Androiders know and love. Even if they wanted their friends to come first, few were willing to sacrifice their customized home screen. (IT news)