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  • Wed, Oct 26 2005 9:37 PM

    • ericswanson
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    Rename Bin Error

    When I create a bin then change the name and hit enter, Avid gives me the error SYS_ERROR, OSERR: -600

    The bin is created and renamed, so no damage is done, just annoying.

    I couldn't find any info on the archived posts.
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  • Wed, Oct 26 2005 11:20 PM In reply to

    • BLKDOG
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    Re: Rename Bin Error

    You are getting a permissions error. Check the permissions on the Folders in which the bin is being stored.
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  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 12:26 AM In reply to

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    Re: Rename Bin Error

    They are all either 777 or 666 and owned by me (everything in /Users/Shared/XpressDV/).

    Why would Avid create a file with the wrong permissions?
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  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 12:41 AM In reply to

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    Re: Rename Bin Error

    I don't know what 777 or 666 means.

    You need to be sure that you have read/write permissions for all of the folders that make up the file tree for your Bin's destination. For instance USER/SHARED/XPRESS PRO/AVID PROJECTS.

    Is this where your bins are being stored/created?

    Have you repaired permissions on that system in a while?
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  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 2:47 AM In reply to

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    Re: Rename Bin Error

    Sorry. 777 means everybody can read, write and execute. 666 means everybody can read & write.

    Yes, I do have read/write on my Avid Projects folder where my bins are stored.

    I did repair permissions when this problem first appeared, but I will do it again now and see.
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  • Thu, Oct 27 2005 2:54 AM In reply to

    • ericswanson
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    Re: Rename Bin Error

    Repairing permissions did not fix it.

    Using a new Avid user and opening an existing project did not fix it either.

    Creating a new project didn't help either.

    I also changed the permissions to read/write/execute for the entire contents of /Users/Shared/XpressDV/ which did no good.
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  • Thu, Oct 28 2010 8:26 AM In reply to

    Re: Rename Bin Error

    Hi, I'l having the same problem, and I checked the permissions too, anybody found a solution on this one ?

     

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