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Booted to Internet Recovery Mode you have to remove all non-OS X partitions, modify the partition types and then resize your main volume. The reason why you can't boot your Mac is the bogus partition type (FFFF-FFF....) of your main partition (i=2/sda2). Additionally the Recovery HD partition (i=3/sda3) has the wrong type. Preparation: Restart to Internet ...


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First some important commands to know: ls -laO shows a lot: drwxrwxr-x+ 19 myuser1 staff 714 2 Feb 10:31 My Passport ls -elaO includes ACLs: drwxrwxr-x+ 19 myuser1 staff 714 2 Feb 10:31 My Passport 0: user:_spotlight inherited allow list,search,file_inherit,directory_inherit The following command shows all members of a group (the example ...


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Unfortunately you can't add iCloud Calendar support to an Apple ID without turning it on via an iOS or Mac device. You can borrow someone's Apple device and turn it on for the Apple ID in Settings > iCloud, on an iOS device or System Preferences > iCloud, on a Mac. Once you have turned on "Calendars" for the device, you can immediately disable it and sign ...


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You made several errors: It is running provided you started the plist properly with launchctl - but it's faulty You didn't define a working directory for ls You are missing a proper stdout You are missing a standard error file (then it's usually easy to detect what's wrong with your agent Put it in LaunchAgents instead of LaunchDaemons: ls is no daemon ...


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1) Resize your OSX Partition, leave the space created as freespace (i.e don't create any partition) 2) Write the iso to USB and boot it (take the most recent image from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com) 3) Create ext4 for / where the freespace was created, use sda1 (osx: disk1s1) or use another EFI if you have more then 1 drive and you want to use the second for ...


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If the subdirectory is a symbolic link, find will not follow it by default. Try: find -L . -name '*~' See this document for more.


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You asking for a lot of information re the Unix security model which I suspect is too much for one answer here. The piece of informatiom you are after are User ids (UID) and group ids (GID) This a numeric values corresponding to user and group names. You can see what they are by id <username> e.g. on my computer ~/D/c/TV $ id mark uid=502(mark) ...


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Honestly I'd suggest running it in a virtual machine (VM). I used to dual boot, however, at every update it would wipe the Kali install.


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As far as I can tell reg is only available in Lion (/usr/bin/reg and /usr/share/man/man1/reg.1). I haven't been able to find it in any other system version in the 10.6 - 10.11 range. Executing it in 10.10 works but I think some hardware data is missing. E.g my CPUs weren't recognized and I can't list any PCI device. Depending on the hardware your mileage ...


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There are probably hundred of ways to accomplish this with standard Unix tools. To list just some of them: # extending what you have ping -c 1 206.190.36.45 | awk -F" |=" '/time/{print $10"ms YH"}' | sed -e 's/\..*ms/ms/ # using awk only ping -c 1 206.190.36.45 | awk -F" |=" '/time/{printf "%i%s\n", $10, "ms YH"}' # using sed instead ping -c 1 ...



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