Am 31.07.2012 09:33, Grant wrote:
I'm using Libreoffice Writer on Gentoo Linux and I'm getting an error
telling me I have insufficient user rights when I try to save a
document to any filename other than the default "Untitled 1" which
saves fine. Does anyone know what could be causing this?
Is it really that difficult to tell us everything about your file
system, the path of the file, the file itself?
Your Linux file system is documented perfectly well in various man
pages, tutorials, books throughout the internet.
chmod -w test
mv file file2
mv: Verschieben von »file“ nach »file2“ nicht möglich: Keine Berechtigung
[mv: Moving "file" to "file2" impossible: insufficient user rights]
ls -ld .
dr-xr-xr-x 2 andreas andreas 4096 Aug 1 15:09 .
ls -l file
-rw-rw-r-- 1 andreas andreas 0 Aug 1 15:09 file
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Re: [libreoffice-users] "insufficient user rights" if I change the filename · Tanstaafl
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