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I don't believe this is possible as of Yosemite 10.10.5. The sharing menu would be a sensible place for this, but it doesn't have an option to send or copy a link to the file, choosing Mail or Messages will attach the full file: Personally I use Dragshare to quickly get a remote link to a file, or if you save your files to Dropbox you can just alt-click ...


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If it's working now, it sounds like a software bug. I'd go ahead and update it iOS 6.1.6, the latest version that the 4th Gen iPod Touch supports.


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You can run this command in Terminal: find . -name hello.jpg -exec bash -c 'mv "$1" "${1%/*}"/"$(echo $(dirname "$1")_$(basename "$1"))"' -- {} \; This will find all hello.jpg files inside directories and prepend dir name in front of the filename. NOTE: this search only inside current dir You're in - not the whole partition. EDIT: fixed spaces in ...


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This is what I find when googling around for batch renaming files, hope it helps you. http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/3-easy-ways-to-batch-rename-files-on-the-mac--mac-46999


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The first measure is to reinstall Apache or at least unzip (untar, ungzip etc) or decompose the installer package to get hold of the file. If you can't find it: here is a generic com.apache.httpd.plist file from GitHub: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" ...


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Starting up in Safe Mode solved it for me! I had severe load on coreserviced and finder. Various applications crashed during this. Opening folders in finder took ages. Killing coreserviced and finder did not solve it. As soon as I opened folder in finder the load was back again and the CPU burning and the fan screaming ;-)... Nothing written on this page ...


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Sometimes you might need to have Spotlight reindex the target location. You can add and then remove the target location to the Privacy pane of Spotlight under System Preferences. The action of adding and removing the target will force Spotlight to reindex that location. You can add either by drag and drop or the [+] button and then remove with the [-] ...


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You can add the Volume to your Spotlight index. Go to System Preferences then to Spotlight. Click on the Privacy tab Click the + button and browse to your external drive to add it Now, remove the drive you just added by selecting it and clicking the minus "-" button. (Yes, I know, crazy right! But this tells Spotlight that the Volume exists.) Close ...


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I think I've got an answer. Googling around I've found references to "grayed out" problems and mentions of the file's creator attribute. So a quick Google for "osx file creator mark" pointed me to SetFileand its sibling GetFileInfo. Running a quick GetFileInfo on the files I get: Mac:samples jjarava$ for i in 201507*.TXT; do getfileinfo "$i"; echo .; ...


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Well as your screenshot shows, they are "almost", but not completely the same; the original file is ASCII text, with CRLF line terminators whereas the copies and fragments you created are ASCII text. Some background info: if you think of an ancient typewriter, to things happen, when the writer starts a new line: the paper is "forwarded" one line (="line ...


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You cannot controlctime.ctime is set with the creation of the inode. ctime changes to the mtime when you modify a file. ctime is set to the current date and time when you modify the inode metadata, such as changing mtime, file permissions, or renaming a file. The closest you can come to matching atime,mtime, and ctime would be totouch a file which will set ...


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It is an unnecessary file. You can simply delete it if no process is currently using it. This question was already answered here.


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Try the following: set cheat1 to the quoted form of text returned of (display dialog "Enter Cheat" default answer "99 Gold, super health, unlimited Grenades..") set newText to quoted form of "I am now adding a few test lines" do shell script "echo " & newText & " >> ~/Desktop/test.txt" do shell script "echo " & cheat1 & " ...



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