I seem to have some permission issues which I don't understand how to fix. My Mac Pro has several drives where one is a boot drive with OSX, all my apps and the administrator user. Another drive contains my home folder with all my files, settings etc. and is not an administrator. Having recently upgraded (clean install) from OSX 10.6 to 10.9 I also decided to change my username, so I guess that's where I did something wrong as I had to change permissions (using "get info" for the home folder and affecting everything within) when moving all my files/settings back to the new user). I've used Disk Utility's "Fix permissions" feature, but I understand it only applies to the boot drive. I've also tried resetting the ACLs but I'm not sure if that affects my separate home-folder drive either. So is there a terminal command I can use to correct my permissions everywhere on my Mac?