[lubuntu-users] Bionic 18.04 . . . file "locked" after zsync-ing???
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 16:33:00 UTC 2018
You ran 'sudo' before the zsync command.
You now need to run sudo chown $USER:$USER /<name of iso>/
Where /<name of iso>/ is the actual filename (and path if you are not in
the directory which has the file).
It is locked because root owns it (since you ran sudo).
It should be fine, but don't run zsync as super user in the future :D
Thanks for the reply, I did find that "chown" data, but thanks for pointing
out that sudo isn't needed--I think in the past times using zsync "sudo"
was used and had no issues, but the subtle differences in using opensuse
are still being learned.
And I will need to use "zsnyc" again, because somehow in the "cdimage"
links that were offered via what I thought was "lubuntu.me" somewhere in
there I guess I got what was the zsync file for ubuntu/gnome version of
18.04??? Which I tested in live, seems OK, but for some reason I like the
name of "gnome" better than I do the actual gui . . . so I'll have to go
back into it and try again for the "lubuntu/lxde" spin of it . . . .
On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 2:50 PM, Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com> wrote:
> If anyone has answered via the list I'm on "digest" I suppose . . .
> anyway, found my answer via googly and am burning the DVD . . . for later
> testing purposes . . . .
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