Also on the other hand if you use iTunes to stream music to your TV or on your iDevice like iPad or iPhone using the music and video files right on your iTunes for the basic requirement.
When I click on a day in ical it says it is a Read-only calendar.
I repaired permissions, but it still says read only. The strange part is, in the Get Info screen, it says Read-Write for all the users. Jun 16, I'm buying an external hard drive to use as a backup for my MacBook but also as a network drive that all the computers connected to my router Airport Extreme can use.
There are two MacBooks and two PCs that connect to the network.
Choose File -> Add To Library and navigate to the Media folder on the external drive and click Open. iTunes will add the names of all the media files on your external drive to the iTunes Library. Apr 19, · Click on any folder, and that will get you into windows explorer. Then browse to the itunes media folder, right-click > Properties. The security tab is where you set permissions. Make sure to check the box for child/subfolder permissions to get changed, as well. A lot of this stuff you can find on your PC with the built-in windows helps. Nov 08, · Change the permissions to Full Control, and the Apply to: box to This folder, subfolder, and files. The Users group should have three entries: Read & Execute for This folder, subfolder, and files.
I only need my MacBook to be able to write to the hard drive but I need the two PCs to be able to access and use the files on the hard drive. I was going to get a 1TB external and give it two partitions. The first partition is going to be the Time Machine backup for my MacBook and the other will be accessed by all computers on the network.
What format will the second partition need to be so that both MacBooks and both PCs can view and use the files? Also what external hard drive would you recommend? Document 'xxxxx' cannot be saved. You do not have write permissions.
Jun 26, There is a folder on my mac that holds the program files for a program, I only have read access to the whole folder and the files within it, even when using the root account.
I am not looking to edit an files, just rename one. How can I do this? I have looked online and found no help.
My user is an admin turns out I'm the only user as wellbut when I open this file it's plain text in text edit it gives me an error on save saying that I don't have permissions for the folder that it's in. I can, however, use nano via the terminal and modify the file without any issues.
This problem existed before I upgraded to Lets see what else can I tell you We are using Apple branded media. When I do drop a DVD-R in the drive whether blank or written it trys to read it for about 30 sec then spits it back out.
But I'm having a lot of difficulty connect to FTP drives via finder. Despite using the correct log in details and FTP paths just like I do in Fileziller, Finder constantly rejects and when I do get on using the master file hosting log in details I can't write to the drive only read.Location of the iTunes music and Media folder on a Windows PC.
Follow these steps to locate the iTunes folder in Windows: Hold down the Windows key and press "R"; Windows will open the Run dialog; Type "Music" inside the text box, and hit EnterWindows will launch the Music folder inside Windows Explorer.
Sep 29, · Windows 7 - c:\documents and settings\username\My Music\iTunes Media Tip: In MS Notepad you can use edit and replace function to make of the changes quickly.
Select 'find what:' and 'replace with:' and click replace all to change every path quickly. Nov 08, · Change the permissions to Full Control, and the Apply to: box to This folder, subfolder, and files.
The Users group should have three entries: Read & Execute for This folder, subfolder, and files.
Sep 01, · Rather than change that path, I then selected and copied the individual music files (ie albums) into the empty iTunes music folder. iTunes still couldn't find the music, so I selected all those files in the folder, and added them to the library. How about if you transfer your itunes library to your Drive and since the computers were able to access the drive, then perhaps the computer could also see and edit the files in the itunes library folder.
After updating my mac (OS ) to iTunes , I get the dreaded "The folder "iTunes" is on a locked disk or you do not have write permissions of this folder.". I have numerous times unlocked the disk and repaired permissions, restarted, reinstalled, etc., but to no avail.