[plt-scheme] using PLaneT

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Sun Apr 2 21:09:38 EDT 2006

On Apr  2, Prabhakar Ragde wrote:
> Robby Findler wrote:
> > Am I missing something? Why is there a permissions error for
> > writing to a directory you own? Are you using sudo to run PLaneT?
> > (you shouldn't be, I believe)
> ~/Library/PLT Scheme/planet was owned by root. When I run Danny's
> suggested fix, I can load another PLaneT file without incident, and
> I don't have the speed issues I did before. The ownership problem
> could have been the result of my sudo-ing my script when I first
> encountered an error, so I may not be able to recreate the problem
> (I could delete my 301 application and the planet directory and try
> reinstalling it, but I'd rather not).

If you ran planet using sudo then that would definitely cause this
problem.  The reason for the initial problem could have been one of
the old versions (299.?00) where planet was creating the directory at
install time, making it belong to root.

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