2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 4, 2012 4:28 PM by Verzig
Verzig Level 1 Level 1

I uploaded theses dmg.txt to iCloud using Pages on iCloud page.

I download them to iPad (I guess) but iPad doesn't backup these files. 2 GB.

That's OK. I just delete these files from my Mac once checked on iCloud preferences.

They're at ˜/Library/Mobile Documents.(now has some numbers after)

Error "Items can’t be copied to “Trash” because you don’t have permission to read them."

Any suggest? Thanks.

Solved by Verzig on Oct 4, 2012 3:44 PM Solved

I found the answer:

 

Instructions

1

In an open Finder window, click "Application," select"Utilities," choose "Terminal" and double-click the "Terminal" application to launch it.

 

 

2

Type "sudo rm –f " (with a space after the f and not including the quotes) to delete a file.

Type “sudo rm –rf ” to delete a folder.

 

 

3

Drag and drop the files you wish to delete onto the open Terminal window. The files you drop on the Terminal window will be deleted. You can drag and drop multiple files and folders onto the Terminal window.

 

it works.

  • Verzig Level 1 Level 1

    I found the answer:

     

    Instructions

    1

    In an open Finder window, click "Application," select"Utilities," choose "Terminal" and double-click the "Terminal" application to launch it.

     

     

    2

    Type "sudo rm –f " (with a space after the f and not including the quotes) to delete a file.

    Type “sudo rm –rf ” to delete a folder.

     

     

    3

    Drag and drop the files you wish to delete onto the open Terminal window. The files you drop on the Terminal window will be deleted. You can drag and drop multiple files and folders onto the Terminal window.

     

    it works.

  • Verzig Level 1 Level 1

    But this did't increase the disk space… same amount. Why?