What's the best way to run a script with root privileges whenever any user logs in? It should run in the background without prompting the user for a password.
I have a bash shell script that runs on login. Even though I selected the "hide" checkbox in system preferences, iTerm still shows while running it. How do I completely hide it?
The computer lab is running 10.8. I would like to run a script when networked users login. As far as I can tell my choices are: launchd agents - Not meant for this. On the launchd.plist man page it ...
We all know that Mac OS X has the very useful Login Items functionality which lets you, among other things, set up apps/scripts to run when you log in. I'm looking for a way to setup a list of ...