> $ sudo /usr/sbin/vsdbutil -a "/Volumes/Disk Image"/ > $ sudo /usr/sbin/vsdbutil -c "/Volumes/Disk Image"/ > No entry found for '/Volumes/Disk Image/'.
Although it should make no differnce, you could try logging in as root with the following command and then executing the commands above again : sudo su If that is still not working you could try using the instructions for the Finder.app :http://www.lbackup.org/permissions If you are still having problems, I would suggest that you restart your system. Then if this is not working you could try running the fix permissions command in Disk Utility.app. Finally, I would try booting into single user mode and then checking the file system integrity of your boot disk with the fsck command. One other test which you could try is using vsdbutil to alter the permissions on a mounted volume such as a USB drive rather than a mounted disk image and see if this works? Finally, would you please reply with the output from the following command : ls -l /Volumes The following knowledge base article states that this procedure should work on Mac OS X 10.3 and later : http://support.apple.com/kb/TA21500 If this procedure is not working, after you have tried the above then I suggest contacting Apple for additional support regarding the ability to enable ownership on your volumes. However, hopefully one of the suggestions mentioned above will solve your problem. _______________________________________________ http://www.lbackup.org lbackup-discussion mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.connect.homeunix.com/listinfo/lbackup-discussion