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    Access to /etc/authorization

    Iím trying to sort out a Kerberos issue that requires me to edit /etc/authorization.

    I have a Mac mounted via Firewire as a drive on another Mac and I can see the contents of the drive in spotlight but not the /etc partition.

    Can you please tell me how I can get into /etc to edit it.

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    From the Go menu select "Go to Folder"
    Drag the mounted Mac icon into the dialog box and then add /etc to the path.
    Click Go.

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