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I installed f-prot but cannot open it because it is owned by root and i don't know how to change ownership. Do i have to run mandrake in root?...
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    running f-prot in mandrake


    I installed f-prot but cannot open it because it is owned by root and i don't know how to change ownership. Do i have to run mandrake in root?

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    That would be the first clue in answering your problem.

    Unless you perform a chmod

    Don't take my word on that as I have never used the program you are referring to.

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