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As it turns out, to solve the problem you have to configure a search domain and add it to the search domain field under System Preferences dns configuration. Basically, the search domain will work sort of the way that .local does, but instead it will be . You have to set up your search domain as a master zone in your dns server for this to work.
The unix command to search for files is find. You can use the command man find to get more information. The usual form is the following. find <starting folder> -name <file name> -print For example, if you are looking for all mp3 files in the current folder and all nested folders, use the following command. find . -name "*.mp3" -print ...
Just found this while searching for an answer myself - not sure if it's any help now - 4 yrs later But you need to go to 'get info' on the text file And then remove ".txt" from the name & extention Done!
I did put my mac book pro's disk on a case, the from another mac I erased all the /System/Library/Extension/AMD*. (How to disable discrete graphics card and use only integrated graphics MacBook Pro Early 2011?). I was able to boot on the Original 2011 Macbook Pro 15'' El Capitan make imposible to boot in the single user mode and move all those files ...
Much better is cmd+alt+i and move on all files for quick view dimesnions.
You can use Disk Utility to make bootable copies of the OS. It's always preferable to use an OS that's not booted (i.e. you're not copying yourself), but in practice, OS X generally behaves well. Worst thing - you waste time with a non-bootable copy. You could also look into something like SuperDuper or CarbonCopy Cloner. They will serve you for more than ...
boot.efi–the thing we're taling about here–is installation specific and is loaded after the hardware boot to handoff to the operating system. You should be fine having two separate installations.
This how-to illustrates how to start up the built in ldap server shipped with OS X. Installing another one from homebrew seems like a waste of time and will most likely break anything else in OS X depending on its configuration. http://krypted.com/mac-security/starting-openldap-on-mac-os-x-client/
I realize this is an old thread but I was currently struggling with the same issue, in Filemaker Pro Advanced. It turned out that if I put the shortcut in the "All Applications" section in System Preferences, instead of the Filemaker Pro Advanced section, it worked!! This only applies to nested menu items. Non-nested works as they should (ie in the FM Pro ...
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