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)

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)

[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)

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)

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)

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)

[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)

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)

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)

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)