the situation is this:
I have to copy some files and folders to my file system.
Nautilus does not let me for i have no right to.
using the terminal and sudo mkdir/cp... would be an option, but might take just way too long.
after looking how to get my nautilus having accept me as its boss, i changed my su password (for it used to work before and all of a sudden it did not anymore)...
the only effective way i have found of controlling my nautilus, is by opening it through the terminal using
i never had to use that command before to be able to write on my file system.(maybe i have unlocked it at some point in my discovery of linux)
what's more, if i type
the only thing i get is this message:
user@ubuntu:~$ sudo nautilus
seahorse nautilus module initialized
Initializing nautilus-share extension
thus in my case it is not that effective afterall..
how can i fix this?
thank you in advance!
UBUNTU UNGAMTU NGABANYE ABANTU