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DMGs are typically read-only, at least the ones that you download from the net. Applications that want Read-Write access inside their own bundle need to be installed properly. Nothing to do with SSDs. But, this is starting to veer off to completely off-topic areas, and it might dilute the information that we asked from the OP. If the information proves that there's some sort of permissions problem, then we can see what we should do about it.
Not before we have the facts, not blindly changing permissions. It's dangerous! I am going to say this one more time This permission issue has nothing to do with altering the OS. It is simply a procedure provided by Apple to the user since the beginning of the Mac.
The Administrator is established when you first use your Mac. That Password that you establish for Startup and Un-Locking the Locked Screen etc are all part of the users protocols that are part of using the Mac. An excellent example of the need to change Permissions is the a case when you use an app such as Scrivener.
If you delete.
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As far as the SSD is concerned you did not read my note very carefully. I said and will say again You cannot run an app on the Desktop unless it is completely self-contained, such as EtreCheck the diagnostic app as I earlier mentioned. I defy anyone to try and drag ant app to the Desktop and try to run it.
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Cannot be done. The only thing that the OS will allow is an Alias. Finally, the "really, really, simplistic approach" to permissions is neither ignorant or dangerous. What is dangerous is for an inexperienced user to go to the terminal and issue commands that they are not totally familiar with! Remember the Mac was created as the computer for "The Rest of Us". Simplicity is what the idea of the Mac is about. Yeah you can be a wonk and and use the terminal for every thing but there are simple fixes that are just as effective, legal and non-threatening to your Mac yourself or your data.
I have not advocated that anyone tampers with the operations of any apps such as DropBox just the ability to access folders and directories on the drive.
If you are familiar with the Mac OS you will know that you cannot change Permissions on essential directories. Believe what you want I have worked on Macs since the 1st MacPlus came off the line.
I know the OS and the Mac intimately and love it and protect it. I might get booted from this group for saying this but your intimation that I am trying to teach people to destroy or damage their Macs is way out of line. Yeah, I have the right to destroy my Mac. But I will never advocate such narrow minded approach to Mac operations as you advocate Nothing that I have suggested will hurt anyones Mac or setup!
You will find that I am supported. I am done with this issue. If people want me to leaven this group please post a reply as such and I will delete myself immediately.
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I have no desire to alienate or offend or mis-inform anyone. If I have done sop please forgive me I'd hate to do an analysis of the logs for 1 or 2 people only. In the forums there are a lot more lurking users who can collectively benefit from the analysis. Not to mention people that use the search engines JohnGregory I'm not going to go into any further analysis, I've given you general system behavior guidelines, you've replied with examples of badly written specific application.
You can believe what ever you want, just don't spread it around, or be ready to be corrected. Then tell me if VirtualBox is going to run or not, and if it's not going to take a trip to the forums to have someone solve it for you! You still think about an era where there were no permissions, no ACLs, one user, no security. You had complete reign over your computer. Things have changed. You should try and educate yourself. The points that you bring up were valid once upon a time, for OS System 6 and 7. Actually not even, there were no permissions then, except the "Locked" one. Not for OSX I'm afraid.
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Browse Source. Ticket new defect Opened 11 months ago Last modified 11 months ago. Description I have created a shared folder. Attachments VBox. Log File VBox. Log file 2. Change History comment:1 Changed 11 months ago by socratis You were supposed to follow these steps when you filed the bug , and provide a VBox. Last edited 11 months ago by MB2 previous diff. Changed 11 months ago by MB2 attachment VBox. On the guest, in the Finder, under the Go menu choose Connect to Server and connect to the shared folder on the host. I have a late iMac running I've never succeeded in getting SL Server to install and work in a VM so, any help would be much appreciated.
Cheers Garry. I don't remember having any problems as such installing a Snow Leopard vm. There wasn't much real reason for me to use it until Epson failed to supply Mavericks drivers. It runs just fine. If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response.
These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
But instead it complains that there is no such server or that it is unavailable. I have my host wifi off, if that matters. I got it to work once yesterday. But I connected the host to an external router, and connected from VM to the host. So very different.