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Originally Posted by stanrc View Post
do some research on linux permissions, i think you want something like "chmod 777" and you will have to select the permissions you want and which folders. that might help.
From the Live CD open the terminal and type sudo nautilus ..... That will let you use Nautilus as root... Just be careful about what you're doing so your don't hose you stuff....

Good Luck!!
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