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I'm using a LaunchAgent to always open a cocoa application (i.e. Xcode) at login. the custom application requires root permission but when it's loaded by launchctl is loaded without permissions. How ...
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Somehow, the Glims Agent doesn't launch anymore when I login with my regular user. I got the root process running, but not the one for my user. When I manually run the following line in terminal, ...
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I looked in the activity monitor to clarify what are those processes and started with alphabetic order. I know different resources where many processes are described. But appleeventsd and ...
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I have created a OS X launch agent that is installed per user. It is listening socket and automatically launched when socket connection arrives. On my .plist I have ...
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I need to run a script in intervals that requires a root user to execute. I created a plist that will call a script in ~/bin/test.sh. user@MBP:~$ ls -lah ~/bin/ -rw-r--r-- 1 root staff 566B ...
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How can I delay loading of a launchd Launch Daemon on boot?

I am running OS X Server 10.7.5 on a Mac Mini and I cannot get MacPorts’ Apache2 to start on boot. I have ensured that the Apple-supplied version of Apache is not launching and I have also ensured ...
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Defining environment variables with launchd/launchctl

There are different solutions regarding the definition of environment variables that are stored in the launchd process, namely over at StackOverflow and Superuser. How do these solutions differ?
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How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist

I'm processing images put into specific folder. For that I run script with launchd.plist put into ~/Library/LaunchAgents Everything work smoothly. But I want put resulting files into subfolder of ...