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Or, if you are old enough to wear the big boy pants and know a bit about how to protect your computer, another reason for this error may be because of a block caused by your firewall or antivirus software.
Alternatively, you could just not be running as administrator, in which case, certain things may be only accessible once you have administrator privileges.
Tried editing policykit and policykit-1 policy adding user to several groups.
Normally it seems that on default policy, admin group should be granted to mount fixed drives, but somehow it doesn't work.
Access is now controlled through /etc/dbus-d/hal.conf, which should allow mounting internal storage devices for users which are on a local foreground console. At that time I was told that Kubuntu uses a kdesu wrapper to mount system-internal storage.
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I'm happy to help working out a solution, I'm subscribed to the bug now. S hald-addon-hid-ups: listening on /dev/usb/hiddev0 5388 ?
The hal authentication bits didn't change since Karmic. S hald-addon-storage: polling /dev/sde (every 2 sec) 5389 ? S hald-addon-storage: polling /dev/sdd (every 2 sec) 5392 ?
If you aren’t, that may be why you don’t have access to some controls on the computer.
The Access Denied error could occur if parental controls have been turned on.
collect_data.py#L101 file_name = 'X:/pygta5/phase7-larger-color/training_data-.npy'.format(starting_value) to file_name = 'C:/Users/User1/Desktop/drivers/training_data-.npy'.format(starting_value) Okay but it's also doing the same errors to the other files, like training data and testing data.