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The quickest way is to use bash and awk syntax in your Terminal.app for file in `find /SOURCE/DIR -type f | awk 'NR %10 == 0'`; do echo mv $file /DEST/DIR ; done for statement introduces the bash loop, to iterate through a set of data where file is the variable. find parses the /SOURCE/DIR for that which is specified. | acts as a pipe, passing stout ...
This link explains what you want very briefly, with this Apple doc doing a better job, and this older post really explaing. /etc: Machine local system configuration, holds administrative, configuration, and other system files; Contains host-specific configuration files. /opt: Has a very similar role to /usr/local and they seem interchangeable. ...
AppleScript is written in English. Read what it says! Remove the posix path of from the code, and you'll get the HFS path. Full code: tell application "Finder" to get (container of (path to me)) as text
If you have already jailbreaked, then you can use iFile. If not, sorry I don't know either.
Apple provides support to reinstall the OS. https://apple.com/support and you might have to pay if you are not covered with an exception or AppleCare. Other options are to try going to an apple store, as they have netboot server (the globe you see on startup) that they can use to recover the computer by putting a new system back on it.
You need to assign the icon to the original folder of the alias. Then recreate it and it should have the same icon.
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