I'm a complete newbee on terminal scripts, so "help", please: PROBLEM - I have a Satellite HDR that is running an older W98 version of Samba, and my new Mac (OSX 10.7) can't connect as pre-XP versions of Samba are not recognized. SOLUTION: from the Apple website, if I add: "sudo sysctl -w net.smb.fs.kern_deprecatePreXPServers=0" the problem is solved. But I have to execute this command in the terminal each time I start up the Mac. QUESTION - how do I make this change permanent? I bought a program called Lingon 3 which was supposed to make it easy, but it won't accept anything starting with "sudo" as it says this is not allowed in the "root"(??). I have no idea what this means. Can anybody out there help me, please?