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Appifying with Platypus: Download Platypus and create an app from the shell script. Example: The settings above create an app with a progress bar (including details) and it can be quitted - the rsync process has to be canceled (killed) manually though. The app itself can be found with Spotlight. Simple AppleScript solution: In Mavericks (and ...


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The documentation lacks one important step: reboot or sudo reboot After the reboot the user enjoys visible admin rights in System Preferences -> Users and Groups. But: even without rebooting the user is admin already - it's just not visible in the PrefPane. If you login as joeadmin immediately after creating the account (e.g. fast user switching) ...


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When you double-click a .command file, Terminal.app will open, and execute /path/to/file.command ; exit; which means it will execute the content of the file.command script, and THEN exit. If your Terminal is exiting before your executable can receive input, that seems to indicate that either your .command is not calling your executable correctly, or your ...


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You can execute shell script directly on OS X, so there's generally no good reason to do that. However, if you really feel like it, you can use do shell script "script" to execute a shell script in AppleScript.


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Try open $(ls | grep 3). Depending on your specific needs, you can also skip the grep part and use open $(ls *3*) (or even open *3*) directly.


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The Image File created by Burn.app is a RAW Image and does not contain a recognizable filesystem that OS X understands and why hdiutil fails. It's also why an "Audio CD.isoInfo" file needs to be created, so the Burn.app can burn the image it created back to optical media (CD). Since you created the Audio CD Image with the Burn.app then why don't you just ...


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You didn't say what the name of the file you downloaded was or its URL, (Are we just supposed to guess?). Assuming it was the WebSploit-Framework-3.0.0.tar.gz file from WebSploit Framework, under normal circumstances* you'd simply unpack the file by double-clicking it and it should create a folder named websploit containing two files, install.sh and ...



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