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Best Answer Onixs, 12 August 2014 - 01:02 PM

go to system preference > account, then add Go to the full post


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After successfully loading SL 10.6.3, I've found that I don't have permission to edit anything to do some tweeking.  I went to add some code to the boot list and found out that it won't save because I don't have permission.  I did notice that there was no account login when i started up, like on my iMac.  I've also found that I can't satrt up from the OS disc to fix the permssions.  I know I put in a password during the initial setup and I've had to put a password in while using Kext Wizard.

 

Is there a way to reset account permissions without using the OS disc or how do you restart from the disc.



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go to system preference > account, then add

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I would just like to get the main login at start up.

 

I did figure out what was wrong with my being able to edit code, I just had to go to the Get Info and then allow read and write privileges

 

thanks for the tip







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