I was playing around with the 'chown' command. In my home folder /home/frank I ran
sudo chown -R root 'Ubuntu One'.
How can I restore the default file permissions of that folder? I want to be sure that everything synchronises with my Ubuntu One account. So I ran:
sudo chown -R frank 'Ubuntu One'.
Is that ok?
Inside my Ubunt One folder there's another folder 'Shared with me' that links to another folder. If I run
ls -l /home/frank/'Ubuntu one'/'Shared with me'
I get this result:
lrwxrwxrwx 1 frank frank 41 mrt 8 04:11 Shared With Me -> /home/frank/.local/share/ubuntuone/shares
Are those file permissions ok?