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dot_clean dot_clean(1) Mac OS X Manual Page Apple's description: For each dir, dot_clean recursively merges all ._* files with their corresponding native files according to the rules specified with the given arguments. By default, if there is an attribute on the native file that is also present in the ._ file, the most recent attribute will ...


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Yes it is. If you quit the installer when it starts, it will shut down the computer, and next time it starts up it will run the installer from the start again.


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Simply drag the folder to the desired position in the sidebar. This adds the folder to the sidebar in every current and future Finder window, as well as Finder Open/Save windows/sheets. Removal is done by dragging the folder from the sidebar out to the side.


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You can achieve it with dd command. Here's an example: $ hexdump StringComparison | head -1 0000000 cf fa ed fe 07 00 00 01 03 00 00 80 02 00 00 00 $ printf '\x11\x11\x11' | dd of=StringComparison bs=1 seek=4 count=3 conv=notrunc 3+0 records in 3+0 records out 3 bytes transferred in 0.000293 secs (10238 bytes/sec) $ hexdump StringComparison | head -1 ...


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Do other parts of the world have the option of other built-in dictionaries? Does Great Britain have the option of the OED instead of NOAD, for instance? All parts of the world have options of other dictionaries. To add (or remove) alternate dictionaries, launch the built-in dictionary application and open the app's preferences. From there you can add or ...


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These values come from the Spotlight index. So you could try rebuilding the Spotlight index to fix these values. There are simple instructions from Apple here on how to rebuild the Spotlight index. You can also do it from the command line using the mdutil command. You'll be prompted for your password to run this command. sudo mdutil -E / Please note, ...


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A few searches tell me that there isn't good SSD support for power pc macs. This seems to be mostly a SATA III compatibility issue. TRIM support seems to have been introduced in 10.6.8 but only for Apple-supplied drives. Since Apple was producing Intel-based systems by that point, that is where they focused the support. There are blog posts where people ...


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Dterm You might want to take a look at Dterm. This is a dialog under commandshiftreturn and does exactly what you are looking for and it does even more than that. As it says on the site: "DTerm provides a context-sensitive command line that makes it fast and easy to run commands on the files you're working with and then use the results of those ...


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I've checked my suggestion and it worked: if you try to open a file in Finder, this file will be opened with default Application, assigned to its extension. So, if you change default App for this file, you'll get it while opening file from Terminal by click.


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According to the license for OS X, you are not allowed to run it on non-Apple hardware. If any emulators do exist, or methods to hack existing virtualization software to run it on non-Apple hardware, that would not be legal. Legally, you could technically buy some Apple hardware like an iMac or Mac Pro, install Windows on it, and then run virtualized OS X ...


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You can use Keyboard Maestro with a macro such as this:


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Answer for question #2: use Siri and ask "Redial last number called." I use it all the time while driving (with a Bluetooth headset, of course!)


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If you simply put numbers (for the months) in front of the folders names they will be sorted. If you prefer then use the Folder Action and Automator to do that automatically, for the folder containing the sub folders with the months names (numbers).


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It works for me with the following syntax: 51.10N,17.02E


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Instead of starting Emacs with open you can use emacsclient to send files to an already running Emacs. For this to work you need to start the corresponding server inside emacs by including (server-start) in your emacs init file.


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It updates the prompt to echo the Current Working Directory (CWD) and is defined in /etc/bashrc: update_terminal_cwd() { # Identify the directory using a "file:" scheme URL, # including the host name to disambiguate local vs. # remote connections. Percent-escape spaces. local SEARCH=' ' local REPLACE='%20' local ...


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To keep restarting the job on succesful exit You can use launchd on OSX. For this You have to prepare *.plist file in order to "tell" launchd how to behave. To restart application on succesfull exit please look at KeepAlive -> SuccessfulExit key (more info: ...


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You should also look at /etc/profile file, as it may have references to /etc/profile.d/rvm.sh. It's also worth it to read the manual for bash, as it lists all files bash will look at for configuration. This will be towards the end of the man page. To read it, in Terminal.app type man bash. Finally, you can run, again in Terminal.app, the following ...


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I think you need a UI Toolkit to interface with the Mono framework. FAQ: Basics What is Mono™ exactly? The Mono Project is an open development initiative sponsored by Novell to develop an open source, UNIX version of the Microsoft .NET development platform. Its objective is to enable UNIX developers to build and deploy cross-platform .NET ...


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You need to right click/tap that particular app to reveal a pop-up menu> under Options > un click> Open at Login and that should solve it...restart your computer to see if it does it again. This should solve it as I have the same problem with Chrome. See the image attached below:


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Edit: Read this. I think this is the same problem you are having. I think I got it. I was sitting at the screen when a message popped up with the voice over. There was a little spanner icon in the top right which allowed me to turn off this feature.


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No you cannot generally migrate everything back to a lower OS. But if you don't mind hand migrating documents (as opposed to settings and internal database files), the answer shifts to yes. Apple publicly explains how to erase your Mac and reinstall a lower version of OS X on the Public Yosemite Seed FAQ page: ...


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This could be a problem with the font cache on your Mac. You can reset the font cache on Mountain Lion with the following steps. Open Terminal and run this command: sudo atsutil databases -remove Reboot immediately


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This might seem like a silly suggestion but are you giving the applications enough time to launch? I tried installing and launching both applications. The first launch took a surprising amount of time; as you describe the icon appears in the Dock almost immediately but then no UI seems to appear. However if you leave it long enough the UI then does appear ...


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In my case it was the Maven Failsafe Plugin that caused the annoying window focus stealing of ForkedBooter, and setting the JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS variable in .bashrc didn't help. This fix applies to both Failsafe and Surefire (although in my case, Surefire wasn't stealing focus). In your pom.xml, add a <argLine>-Djava.awt.headless=true</argLine> ...


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HDAT2 5.0 Version 5.3.0 of Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) includes HDAT2 5.0. A recent Apple Support Communities topic – Storage problems, Core Storage, Disk Utility, checksums, fsck_cs and cksum mismatches – includes photographs of me using the 'most powerful test' of HDAT2 with a 2009 MacBookPro5,2. Amongst the other features of HDAT2, there's the ability to ...


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When having created overlapping or re-use hostnames/ip addresses, resulting in the sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial error, delete the built-in certificate using terminal: $ sudo rm -v /usr/share/hpt/hptsvr.pem And restart the raidman-httpsd daemon using this command: $ sudo systemStarter restart raidman A new .pem file based on a matching hostname ...


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Core Storage If FileVault 2 is enabled for the OS X startup volume, then EfiLoginUI will present a graphic login dialogue before the start of OS X – seconds after the startup chime. If the startup key combination is timely, then startup should proceed to single user mode after a user's passphrase has been entered. Firmware Whilst I don't know the model ...


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Potential relationship I didn't find any evidence that this XQuartz loss of focus is related to ssh. On the other hand I found a heavy relationship between this XQuartz loss of focus and the launch of: Google Software Update (com.google.Keystone.Agent) Analysis 2 tools help during this investigation: watch activations Python script → [...] ...


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You can copy the files using Finder. It seems Finder can reconcile these when copying from a partition type that doesn't support extended metadata to a partition type that does, reversing it's procedure for doing the reverse and creating the dotfiles.



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