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  1. #1
    A13kSAk3 NNTP User

    Default Folder is not writable.


    Some1 has to help me, pelase.

    Here's the thing:

    I'm taking computer programming classes and I personally like c#
    (visual studio 2008 pro is the ****!), but in that class so far we've
    been doing java. I've been "homeworkless" since the beginning of the
    semester.. thank god its high school not college because that would fuk
    me up. Anyways, I installed java( not so easy, if any1 needs to know how
    to do it, ill post it up.) then installed BlueJ(believe it or not, i
    dont know a word in german, but found the tutorial on how to install
    .jar files in a german forum .. lol hillarious!)

    So after the installation, I was not and .. I am still not able to
    create a new project simply because of the reason that the folder
    "is not writable" I got the same problem with BlueJ in windows, I can't
    really help it in windows because windows sux and you can't do nothing
    but bang your head into the wall, but since were in Linux now, please
    suggest something, im trying to do it on my own but its not coming out.


    Please help.
    Thanks all. Sorry for the long sentences, its kinda my style


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    Malcolm NNTP User

    Default Re: Folder is not writable.

    Quote Originally Posted by A13kSAk3
    Some1 has to help me, pelase.

    Here's the thing:

    I'm taking computer programming classes and I personally like c#
    (visual studio 2008 pro is the ****!), but in that class so far we've
    been doing java. I've been "homeworkless" since the beginning of the
    semester.. thank god its high school not college because that would fuk
    me up. Anyways, I installed java( not so easy, if any1 needs to know how
    to do it, ill post it up.) then installed BlueJ(believe it or not, i
    dont know a word in german, but found the tutorial on how to install
    jar files in a german forum .. lol hillarious!)

    So after the installation, I was not and .. I am still not able to
    create a new project simply because of the reason that the folder
    "is not writable" I got the same problem with BlueJ in windows, I can't
    really help it in windows because windows sux and you can't do nothing
    but bang your head into the wall, but since were in Linux now, please
    suggest something, im trying to do it on my own but its not coming out.


    Please help.
    Thanks all. Sorry for the long sentences, its kinda my style
    Hi
    It sounds like it may be a system folder your trying to use. I think a
    read here would be the first step;
    http://en.opensuse.org/Concepts

    Else can you post details of the folder your trying to write to.

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    A13kSAk3 NNTP User

    Default Re: Folder is not writable.


    What do you suggest? Use shared folder, I'll try, or desktop(even though
    i dont really wanna store things on my desktop)..?

    Thanks for the rensopose


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    geoffro NNTP User

    Default Re: Folder is not writable.


    Just make a folder i your /home and use that

    /Geoff

    A13kSAk3;1939472 Wrote:
    > What do you suggest? Use shared folder, I'll try, or
    > desktop(even though i dont really wanna store things on my desktop)..?
    >
    > Thanks for the rensopose



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