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I split the difference with @zomgdavidbowie: I created a new script /usr/local/bin/start-server-app: #!/bin/sh sleep 120 exec /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.apple.serverd I then edited /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.serverd.plist and replaced all instances of /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.apple.serverd with /usr/local/bin/start-server-app: ...


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It's Server.app that is creating that mysterious folder that's gumming up your works. Stop the Server.app from launching when the server boots, and then you can create a cronjob that launches it via a .sh script. Script should just be something like #!/bin/bash /Applications/Server.app and like the person said in the one link, the cronjob entry would ...


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That menu bar looks like you're on Mavericks. You should upgrade to Yosemite and see if that helps. Speaking of which, if you haven't already, you should check how Internet-using apps that aren't web browsers perform, such as seeing how long it takes Dropbox to download a new file. If all else fails, you should go to a place with a newer router and see if ...



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