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Offline xor

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xfe > file, folder; Access properties change is denied.
« on: May 29, 2020, 06:54:29 AM »
xfe > file, folder; Access properties change is denied.

I want to make changes via the visual interface

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Re: xfe > file, folder; Access properties change is denied.
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2020, 07:06:58 AM »
Hi xor, the answer is in the error message: "Read-only file system". This has to do with how TCL works and has nothing to do with xfe.

The contents of /tmp/tcloop/ are mounted extensions. Extensions are squashfs archives. Squashfs is read-only.

If you need to modify properties of the files or directories inside  acl.tcz  or any other extension, you have to extract the extension, make your desired changes, re-create the extension, then replace the extension in tce/optional/ with your modified extension.

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Re: xfe > file, folder; Access properties change is denied.
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2020, 07:13:56 AM »
Hi xor
... I want to make changes via the visual interface
You can not change it using the visual interface.
You can not change it using the command line.
It is a  Read-only file system.
You can not change files or permissions on those directories because you can not write to them.
It is a  Read-only file system.

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Re: xfe > file, folder; Access properties change is denied.
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2020, 07:32:10 AM »
Hi xor, the answer is in the error message: "Read-only file system". This has to do with how TCL works and has nothing to do with xfe.

The contents of /tmp/tcloop/ are mounted extensions. Extensions are squashfs archives. Squashfs is read-only.

If you need to modify properties of the files or directories inside  acl.tcz  or any other extension, you have to extract the extension, make your desired changes, re-create the extension, then replace the extension in tce/optional/ with your modified extension.

in accordance with the drag and drop logic;
Can you create a * .sh script that translates current applications into *.tcz configuration !?