Originally Posted by ryanstoner333
How do you do what? There is lots of information in the link you just quoted. We don't know which part of the text you're having problems with.
Will you give us the output of this command? Please use CODE tags to make your output easy to read such as I'm doing below:
Please run the command in a terminal window. You can get a terminal window by:
$ find ~/ -user root 2>/dev/null
(Hit) Ctrl-F2 > (type) gnome-terminal > (press) ENTER
That key sequence will give you a terminal. Type in the command quoted in the code below and give us the output. From the output we can tell you which files are screwed up.
edit: I see there were new posts while I was typing my message and someone has helped you to resolve your issue. Please consider contributing back to the community by marking this topic as Sovled. This way someone else having a similar issue can easy find this resolution.
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