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  • jn8218 Level 1 Level 1

    Force mountain lion users os upgrade to Marvicks?  so.... they don't bother to fix it !!!!

  • Stoker Level 1 Level 1

    As I posted in a similar discussion a couple of minutes ago, Well, let's see,, now that Mavericks is out, whether after your update we still see that mess in the Permissions area. I hunch is that you will still see it there. Anyone updating to Mavericks,, can you please report on this issue as a favour to this post thanks. I am waiting for perhaps a week to update.

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    It still happens in Mavericks.

    Likely it will need an iTunes update.

    But since the permissions errors are not a problem...

  • WiseJD Level 4 Level 4

    iTunes 11.1.2 was just made available.

  • David Bendau Level 1 Level 1

    iTunes 11.1.2 did not resolve the Disk Permissions errors.  I am still on Mountain Lion.

  • jn8218 Level 1 Level 1

    free Mavericks upgrade + itune upgrade...... still no resolve on disk permissions issue!!! i will try a clean install and c what happen.......sorry i am wrong, it did resolve the disk permission issue after repair.........Screen Shot 2013-10-23 at 上午11.15.42.png

  • Substantiated Level 1 Level 1

    iTunes 11.1.3 update just resolved my permission errors after installing and running permissions repair in disk utility.

  • startswithj Level 1 Level 1

    Updating iTunes to 11.1.3 has not solved the issue for me. I'm still getting a long list of ".lproj" differences that won't repair…and I'm now also getting a "

    Warning: SUID file 'System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/MacOS/ARDAg ent' has been modified and will not be repaired."

     

    The warning I know is new because I check permissions monthly before a manual secondary backup. "Warning" sounds worse than "permissions differ," but at least Apple lists it is as ignorable (unlike the ".lproj" permission differences, as far as I've found in their online KBs).

     

    @Substantiated, is your Mac running Mountain Lion or Mavericks? Perhaps that makes a difference (I've been waiting to update to 10.9). Thank you.

  • Substantiated Level 1 Level 1

    I am running OS X 10.9 (13A603) without a hitch on a late 2011 MacBook Pro. Good luck.

  • kalulushi Level 1 Level 1

    harmless these permissions may be but I too have them and cannot correct them with Itunes 11.1.3(8) and Maverick.

     

    I also have frequent problems with Sonos not being able to access music library.  Sonos's response is to correct the disk permissions and when they can't be they tell me to contact Apple!

     

    There's a hole in my bucket............

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    kalulushi wrote:

     

    harmless these permissions may be but I too have them and cannot correct them with Itunes 11.1.3(8) and Maverick.

     

    I also have frequent problems with Sonos not being able to access music library.  Sonos's response is to correct the disk permissions and when they can't be they tell me to contact Apple!

    Have you booted from yoru Recovery Partition and ran Disk Repair and repair permissions?

    -> http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4718

  • kalulushi Level 1 Level 1

    yes I did this under instruction from Apple at one stage

  • toofuerte Level 1 Level 1

    I have had similar problems with the disk repairs and every few days I have to repair them or my machine slows to a crawl!  I can't do anything until I repair permissions.  People say that that isn't an issue but apparently this is a problem.

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