ACL missing, permissions differ, error 10810

Discussion in 'OS X' started by naserke, Jun 29, 2010.

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    I am having a problem with Macbook when connected to external hard drive. Finder stops responding and I have to force quit. message it gives is error 10810. I could not move files to and from external hard drive. This is a big problem as my internal hard drive is full.

    I have bought a new hard drive and created an image of my internal hard drive on new one, so I can install a new one. I used restore function in disk utility to create an image. I tried "verify permissions" on new new hard drive (I haven't installed it yet), and it is giving me hundreds of lines of error. Mostly they starts with " ACL missing on "system/......" There are also few messages like "permissions differ from ......".

    One message is "Warning: SUID file System/library/coreservices/remotemanagement/ARDAgent.app/contents/MacOS/ARDAgents has been modified and will not be repaired".

    I have tried "permissions repair" and looks like it repaired all the "ACL missing on.." and some "Permissions differ from....". But "Warning:SUID file....." error was't fixed.

    I reran "verify permissions" now and and it still shows two "permissions differ from....." errors and one "warning:SUID...." error.

    permissions error is "permissions differ on system/library/frameworks/javaVM.frameworks/versions/1.6.0/resources/javaplugincocoa.bundle/content/resurces/javadeploy.jar" should be -rw-r--r--, they are lrw-r--r--.

    second persmissions error is similar with ending like "..........java/librarydeploy.jnilib", should be -rwxr-xr-x, they are lrwxr-xr-x.

    what these errors mean and any suggestions to correct them?
     
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    calderone

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  3. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks Calderone... Could suggest something on error 10810
     
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    calderone

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    That is a common issue which typically involves connecting to SMB shares. Are you connecting to any SMB shares?
     
  5. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I have seagate external drive connected with firewire. I don't know what SMB is. I am just hooking it directly. It used to work but not from last few weeks.
     
  6. macrumors newbie

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    What was the fix? Can I back up this disc as a disc image without destroying -- erasing -- other content on that backup disc? Can I just store the disc image in a folder on a 6 TB RAID and leave the surrounding data on the drive safe?

    Thanks for your much needed help. I'm about to panic.
     

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