And it happened again today:
I’ve solved this problem before but had forgotten what I had done to deal with “The iTunes Library file cannot be saved. An unknown error occurred (-54).”
A quick search around yielded a range of voodoo solutions but the one that did it the simplest; I asked Disk Utility to repair permission. This is the comment that solved it for me:
“From an OS9 reference, error -54 is a software lock on a file or a permissions error. (Some of the old codes still apply to OSX although there is no formal list of OSX error codes.)”
I’ll buy that. You can find the Disk Utility here:
1. Choose your disk in the list on the left.
2. Click “Repair Disk Permissions”
3. Come back later and they’re fixed.
4. Restart iTunes.
To get a shell, if you have access to nothing other than Parallels Shared Folders on the desktop, you can find Terminal by searching in that folders window.
Or use Parallels > Devices > Keyboard > <Ctrl><Alt><F1> to get to a console login
-or per Mac keyboard-
Fn + control + option + F1
To get back to Ubuntu desktop
Fn + control + option + F7
TDH 4519 Maintenance Manual
1963 Maintenance Manual
General Motors Corporation
GMC Truck & Coach Division
SDH-SDM 4502 and 5302
TDH-TDM 4518, 4519, 5303, 5304
See also the Wikipedia article on the GM New Look Bus.
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Register or confirm your registration so that you can vote in four weeks.
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Great, quick afternoon sail out on “Amelie”
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