I'm trying to copy+paste a plugin for OBS under
/snap/obs-studio/1284/usr/lib. It's located in root. The paste option is grayed out doing:
sudo su nautilus
leads to me opening it as
admin:///snap/obs-studio/1284/usr/lib however the option is STILL grayed out. Trying Ctrl+V leads to this error message.
I've tried to go into the permissions of the folder and then under properties to change the permissions, however I get this error message.
When I was installing Ubuntu I used LVM for file management, I had and still have no idea what this means. When I was installing it I googled and some people said it's a nice feature; I have no idea if this is connected to this issue. I just thought I should bring it up. I've found some people discussing the same issue, but for most people it seems like doing
sudo su nautilus or
gksudo nautilus fixes it, however as said this didn't work for me.
EDIT: I need to modify a root file because it's where the OBS plugins are locaited,someone suggested that they're in
Have I installed OBS wrong? I've just installed through Ubuntu Software thingy. Is there something i need to do in OBS? Also trying to automatically find the plugin folder through OBS's "File->Show Settings folder" doesn't do anything. Because someone asked: I need to paste this plugin to be able to record per-application audio. Application audio capture is only a thing for windows. I need to have the game audio and discord audio as separate tracks to be able to edit out certain clips of discord/game audio, in case someone swears or the game is too loud for a short time.