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That line is called command prompt. dhcp-74-148 is you hostname that you received from dhcp server. ~ is where you currently are (which directory) - tilda means you are in your home folder, /Users/[username] : just separates hostname from current directory. You can change format of command prompt by changing $PS1 variable. And - if you're interested - ...
Yes it should be possible to install a SSD with SATA 6Gb/s. The MacPro5,1 was offered with a 512 GB SSD by Apple actually. The internal interface is limited to 3 Gb/s (which roughly translates to 300 MByte/s max) though. As a consequence you will not benefit from the faster transfer rate of the SATA III SSD. The same is valid for MacBookPro6,1 and ...
When you want to connect to an unroutable address like link-local you need to specify the interface. This is because for unroutable addresses your system can't determine the outgoing interface by looking at the routing table. Unroutable destinations include link-local addresses (fe80::) and link-local multicast (ff02::) and more.
One way to bypass the trash without any additional tools is to open a Terminal window, type rm -rf (note the last space) and the drag/drop the files/folders to be deleted and press enter. This will instantly and recursively delete the files/folders, so be careful with it!
When in single user mode you must enter the command at the begininng to make it writeable. /sbin/mount -uw / Then move the /var folder back to /private mv /Path/To/var /private/
That's how Mac works. All windows belong to the same instance of the same app, unlike windows where it's possible to have each window inside a different process. The simplest workaround is to duplicate the app you need 2 instances of & drag the file you wish to launch to one specific copy of that app. Alternatively, you might be able to do it in ...
Alright, so I found as program called "Witch" which may help you. It's got a free trial on the website, but it does eventually costs $14. Check it out, it's got everything you want it seems. Website: http://manytricks.com/witch/ App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/witch/id412485838?mt=12
Toad for Mac has data and schema compare features. You can download for free in the link provided. UPDATE: In the latest version (1.2.1), does not have data and schema compare features.
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