On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 8:51 AM, Alan Cassidy <ACassidy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

I've looked at the archives, searched on the Web, and so it's come to

The IFS root directory apparently stores the PC read-only attribute. I'm
creating some files in an IFS root subfolder and need to know if it is
possible to create it with the read-only attribute set, or at least to
change the attribute after creating the file.

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