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A couple of days ago I set up an account with ZumoDrive to sync folders between my Fedora 14 desktop and my MS Vista laptop. I chose ZumoDrive instead of Dropbox or Ubuntu1 because it is 'integrated' with Yahoo which I use a lot.
Everything works perfectly apart from one minor irritation. I cannot change the ZumoDrive folder icon on my KDE4 desktop. ZumoDrive is actually designed for use with Nautilus but it works fine with Dolphin, apart from the icon issue.
I can change the icon in Nautilus but when I try to do in in KDE/Dolphin I get:
"Could not save properties. You do not have sufficient access to write to /home/david/ZumoDrive/.directory."
I am the 'owner' of the drive and i have also tried as root but the result was the same.
It is pretty minor issue in the great scheme of things but...!
No, there is no Zumodrive user. Plus I can change the icon in Nautilus so it must be a KDE related bug. I have reported it to Zumodrive themselves so I will wait and see what they come back with. Thanks for your help.