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Not saving license?

Postby roderick on Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:34 am

I'm a little hesitant to ask because I am a Linux and Sublime Text newb.

I purchased a license and cut and pasted it. Sublime Text accepts it.

When I restart Sublime text it keeps showing as unregistered. I have to re-register it.

Any suggestions?
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Re: Not saving license?

Postby Mr_Nobody on Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:14 am

What OS and version of ST are you using? If you're on Ubuntu, make sure that ST can write to ~/.config/sublime-text-2/ (or whatever its settings path is).

Try opening up a terminal and entering the following: (Sorry if it's wrong, it's been a while since I used ST2 in Ubuntu)
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cd ~/.config
sudo chmod -R 777 sublime-text-2
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Re: Not saving license?

Postby roderick on Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:32 am

Dead on! Your memory still works.

Thanks!

FYI: I am running Sublime Text 2.0.1 Build 2217
on Ubuntu 12.10 (64 bit).
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Re: Not saving license?

Postby Xaapyks on Thu Nov 22, 2012 1:37 pm

Mr_Nobody wrote:chmod -R 777


Bad idea.
Steal ALL the user licenses!

Just use 700 I guess, and maybe only on directories.
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Re: Not saving license?

Postby Mr_Nobody on Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:41 pm

Xaapyks wrote:
Mr_Nobody wrote:chmod -R 777


Bad idea.
Steal ALL the user licenses!

Just use 700 I guess, and maybe only on directories.


Or just don't run untrusted code...

But yeah, you're right. 0600 would probably be the best, I don't think anything that resides in there needs execute permission.
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