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Old 08 May 2003, 13:50   #4
Toni Wilen
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object is not of required type
Do you get the same error without any parameters and does the protect-command work on files/directories on RAM disk? (Testing with RAM disk is usually good UAE filesystem compatibility test but not in this case because HDFs and harddisks don't need UAE filesystem..)

Your protect-command is probably broken...

If AmigaOS is installed on a Windows partition, then you can only set the protection bits that can be adequately mapped to the Window's flags
__uaefsdb-files are used to store protection flags and comments on virtual directory harddisks.
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