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Old 09-12-2005, 03:04 PM
John Wilkinson John Wilkinson is offline
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Default ReVibe install problems from MassivePack 4

I recently purchased MassivePack4 and everything installed correctly with the exception of ReVibe. I was able to recreate this problem on more than 1 system.

When trying to install the software, I get the following message in the dialog box:

Error creating folder.
1008:9,-5000 Access denied error

Any help in this would be greatly appreciated.


G5 1.8GHz single
OS 10.3.8
2.25 GB RAM
HD3|XL
192 I/O
PT 6.9
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Old 09-12-2005, 03:18 PM
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Default Re: ReVibe install problems from MassivePack 4

-5000 is an OSX permissions problem namely lack of permission

you are logged in under the root admin account?
you have repaired permissions w/ Apple Disk Utility?

check the permissions of were you are installing w/ Get Info.

you need to have read/wright
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Old 09-12-2005, 03:37 PM
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Default Re: ReVibe install problems from MassivePack 4

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I recently purchased MassivePack4 and everything installed correctly with the exception of ReVibe.
If fixing permissions doesn't do it, you might want to try downloading a copy of ReVibe from the downloads section on this site.

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Old 09-12-2005, 04:26 PM
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Default Re: ReVibe install problems from MassivePack 4

I had this problem - fixing permissions of the plug-ins folder should do it. Go to library/application support/digidesign/plug-ins and use command-i to get info on the plug-ins folder. Under "ownership and permissions", set to allow "read and write" for you (the user), select "apply to enclosed items". Install should be fine after that.

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Old 09-12-2005, 07:43 PM
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Default Re: ReVibe install problems from MassivePack 4

Thanks to everyone for the responses.

I had already repaired the disk permissions, and totally spaced out on checking the permissions of the plugins folder. I ended up having to go into the Plugins folder and doing the Apple-I (Get Info) and had to change a setting there. It seems a bit odd that the settings worked for all the other plugins and not this one, but it installed correctly.

Thanks again.

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