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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by CubaTBird, Feb 17, 2005.
What do these "errors" mean in disk utility?
It just means that DU is correcting the ownership (and maybe permission flags) of those files - if you go into Terminal and type "ls -l" (minus quotes, then hit 'return'), you'll see the various permissions and ownership info for some of your files. Correcting the UID means in essence that it's correcting ownership.
Edit: the '/private/var/at' files end up being owned by "daemon", not "root", FWIW.