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The only thing I can currently think of would be swapping out the cable at this point and seeing if performance improves. You've tried on different computers, so that kind of rules out fault with the PC/Mac. It has to be something with the iPod, and the cable is the first thing I'd check.
you can hold down the power and home button for a couple of seconds to force reboot it! as simple as that, don't put it in the fridge and risk condensation corrosion of the circuits! If you have any questions, concerns, or need any assistance in future, please don't hesitate to reply me. I'll be happy to assist you further. /Macmaniman
It's certainly achievable if you're using scripts, I often use tput bel at the point where work is complete. This will not only beep the terminal but put a badge on the dock icon as well. In terms of handling exit codes then you can string a couple together for a different sound: if command_or_exit_status then # exit OK tput bel else # not ok ...
I've seen similar just today, no logs and apache acted like it was started. The issue for me was a bad vhost file. sudo apachectl -S this allowed me to see the error
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