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Sun Dec 7 14:48:43 UTC 2008
Brian Norman Wootton wrote:
> Thanks Miron,Kassube
> sudo chown -R $USER:$USER $HOME
> in a terminal. I think that will fix it.
> I had already done the above to no effect, but I did it again anyway
> still no good.
> rm -Rf .config/Google
> The above did the trick, the chown -R.... left the Google dir still
> owned by root:root mutter, mutter.
LOL. Of course it did. _Normally_, $USER expands to your own user ID -
but you can't use that under "sudo", because then your ID is "root" :-)
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