installer 4.0 Problem.

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  1. MeleeMan101

    MeleeMan101 Banned

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    So, I got a 4.0 from Slavikus, after emailing him nonstop. Now, I've extracted the Installer, and placed it into /Applications, but when I try to
    chmod -R 777 “/Applications/Installer.app”,
    It says Error 1, and it doesn't allow me to execute the second chmod....Help?
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    type su root (hit enter)
    type alpine (hit enter)
    TYPE chmod -R 777 /Applications/Installer.app
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    mikec1985 Active Member

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    ROFLMAO your that desperate huh

    Please Register or Log in to view images

    There what like 3 pictures to download and that it , it not worth it i uninstalled it yesterday it useless.
  4. MeleeMan101

    MeleeMan101 Banned

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    It won't let me su root...
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    Collateral Active Member

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    type in instead
  6. MeleeMan101

    MeleeMan101 Banned

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    Still won't work. It just says 15 seconds, blah, blah, Abort, and it crashes my session.
  7. weenipper53

    weenipper53 New Member

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    just type

    chmod -R 777 /Applications/Installer.app
    enter
    chmod a+srx /Applications/Installer.app/Installer
    enter

    you don't need to type root or alpine for winscp
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    thats weird
  9. MeleeMan101

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    yeah. Do ya think its because of something in my Directories? Like, I have no /Applications, it automatically goes to /stash/something/something. Is that normal? But, until then, does anyone know what that second chmod command does? I think it sets root: wheel, but I'm not sure. is there another way to set root: wheel, if that's what it does?
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    Use a real terminal emulator, like PuTTY.
    Then you'll be able to understand the error it returns.
    Also, you guys don't seem to understand permissions.
    The correct permissions to set are:
    Code:
    chmod a+srx /Applicaitons/Installer.app/Installer
    chmod 755 /Applications/Installer.app/Scythe
    

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