Hi, sorry to hijack the thread. I'm also getting command not found in Recovery Mode (actually, booted from OSX install DVD, but effectively the same thing,eh?).
I was wondering what the 0 argument meant, as the man chflags gives no indication of this.
I assume I can use /usr/bin/chflags from the boot DVD too? Or will I have to preface with /Volumes/[myHDname] before the usr/bin string?
Adam Mercado wrote:
Can you explain what the 0 operand does in chflags?
AFAIK, it removes all flags. I copied it from VK's post at http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2329689 and it always works to unlock locked volumes.