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I think the problem is that those files belong to "root". Go to /home/thursday and try to execute this :

sudo chown -R thursday:thursday .ros

I am not sure to which group your user name belongs to but in most cases I think that username and group are the same. If not replace the second thursday by your group name.

I think the problem is that those files belong to "root". Go to /home/thursday and try to execute this :

sudo chown -R thursday:thursday .ros

I am not sure to which group your user name belongs to but in most cases I think that username and group are the same. If not replace the second thursday by your group name.name. This was a fix that worked for me, I am not sure if it is the best way to do things.