1472 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 3, 2011 5:30 PM by Mike Brun
Click on the item in the Finder's sidebar with the house icon and verify that you are able to write to this folder in the Ownership & Permissions section of the Get Info window, and that it isn't locked; if it is already set this way and you get that error, open the Terminal in the /Applications/Utilities/ folder and run the following:
If you get a message stating that the folder exists, run the following:
sudo chown $UID ~/.Trash
chmod u+rwx ~/.Trash
The first command in the second set will prompt you for your administrator password; nothing will appear in the Terminal window while it is being typed. In either case, click on the Finder icon in the Dock with the Control and Option keys pressed, and relaunch it.
I ran the first script, and it returned "Permission denied."
I ran the second portion, it asked for my password, which I typed in, and then it said "No such file or directory."
Now every time I run the second script script, it just says "No such file or directory."
Is there something else I need to do?