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I believe the proper commands for this are: ACL sudo chmod -RN /Path/to/your/share POSIX (assuming the short name for your local admin account is 'admin' and you want everyone to have read-access, if not change 744 to 740) sudo chown -R admin:wheel /Path/to/your/share sudo chmod -R 744 /Path/to/your/share


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Starting with OS X Server version 4.0 it seems like Apple doesn't want us to use the built-in PostgreSQL: The Postgres database used by OS X Server is only intended for use with service data used by the system. Avoid adding custom content to this database. If you’d like to run Postgres on your OS X Server, you should download and install your own instance. ...


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You can enter the username and password of the local administrator account at the login window you are seeing. The local administrator would be the user account that was created when first setting up OS X on the MacBook and is not associated with any network account server. Once logged in to the local admin, open System Preferences, click on Users and ...


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There are 87 valid users. 83 from OS X 10.10.1 (Build 14B25) and 4 from Server 4.0.3 (Build 14S350). You can see them from terminal with the command: dscl . -list /Users The list is as follows: _amavisd _appleevents _appowner _appserver _ard _assetcache _astris _atsserver _avbdeviced _calendar _ces _clamav _coreaudiod _coremediaiod _cvmsroot _cvs _cyrus ...


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I have encountered this problem before, on the Downloads folder, and on other folders. Removing the directory and it's contents, and recreating the directory worked for me. The commands below are to be entered in the Terminal To remove your damaged Downloads folder: rm -rf ~/Downloads, or if that doesn't work, sudo rm -rf ~/Downloads To recreate a new ...


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I ran into the same issue, and finally figured out the trouble is related to the CoreStorage partition type that is shipping with Yosemite. To solve the NetRestore issue, first boot into a recovery mode (either the built-in recovery drive, an external USB drive, or net recovery). Open up Terminal, and run these two commands: diskutil cs list diskutil cs ...


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It's fairly simple to install Google Authenticator PAM plugin on Mac OS X if you have X code command line compiler installed. The code and instructions are here: https://code.google.com/p/google-authenticator/wiki/PamModuleInstructions Once you initialize your token (generate a code you feed to the app on your phone), you'll have two factor authentication ...


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Looks like it's available with MacPorts - https://trac.macports.org/browser/trunk/dports/fuse/mhddfs/Portfile


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Three sources I've poured over when developing my own processes for importing users include: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH15663 and the man pages for dsimport and dsexport. For OD, it appears you have to define the format of the file you're using to import records. While the help page above indicates there are a handful of required attributes, I found I ...



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