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chmod 700 /path/to/folder should do the trick for you. This allows execute (1), write (2), and read (4) for the owner, and no access for everyone else.


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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.


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You can type ~. which ends the SSH connection. Normally it works immediately, but sometimes you may need to do it a few times.


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Analyzing these kind of problems is always tricky. I usually create a new account without any bash configuration to start from a clean slate (assuming the problem doesn't show up there) and then work upwards from there by adding config file by config file (or line by line if necessary). Besides the usual suspects (.bash_profile, .profile, or .bashrc) you ...


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Looking at your .bash_profile, this seems to be the most suspicious line: trap 'printf "${OPENTITLEBAR} `history 1 | cut -b8-` - `pwd` ${CLOSETITLEBAR}"' DEBUG It is doing a printf on the history (which will contain your % character). I have no idea what that is intended to do (update window title with last command?), but I would guess if you comment it ...


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opentracker.net is a service provider that offers analytics. My guess is that your redirection happens when you are connected to a network provider that internally uses opentracker.net. I suggest you try again from another network provider.


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You don't need the braces. This should work just fine: echo $1 ls "$1" You don't want to use backslashes and quotes in the directory name. One or the other should be fine.


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Not necessarily a fix, but I use this to refresh Finder windows - works after changing file visibility too, rather than killing the Finder. tell application "Finder" set theWindows to every window repeat with i from 1 to number of items in theWindows set this_item to item i of theWindows set theView to current view of this_item ...



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