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Old 2021-02-23, 01:37   #12
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Exit mprime and in that directory run sudo chown storm5510:storm5510 *. Then start mprime as non-root and no sudo.

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Old 2021-02-24, 15:02   #13
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Exit mprime and in that directory run sudo chown storm5510:storm5510 *. Then start mprime as non-root and no sudo.
Thank you for the reply. It prompted for a password which I supplied.

I am down to one error now. "Error creating worktodo.txt file." As in my screen snip, "worktodo.txt" has no permissions set. Is seems like it would need read and write somewhere. Just an observation...


Edit: I did some searching on the web. I did this: chmod 666 worktodo.txt. It solved the last problem.

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