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I just want to record the radio at scheduled times. This seems to do this trick for me, just as you suggested: open -a Terminal /Users/me/Documents/scripts/r4.sh It does fire up its own Terminal window, which I was hoping to avoid, but I can live with that. Thank you.
I haven't used the "Connect to Server" menu command in years. I go into Terminal and type either a command or open and a URL that does what I want. In your case, since sftp is a command, try sftp bang.bong.boom.ac.in
It's most likely due to the VLC RC client wanting an Xterm interactive shell instead of a non-interactive shell, or some weirdness with the VLC OS X app still attempting to launch (It's bouncing in my dock while it runs). In any case, a simple work around is to have automator launch a script to run in terminal. The script would be simply: #/bin/bash ...
I have no problem sending VLC.app ( the .app extension is hidden by default) to the Trash and then emptying the Trash. Works just as intended. You can try using AppCleaner to remove it or use the Terminal. Open up a Terminal (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal) and type the following followed by a space: rm -drf Then drag and drop the VLC application ...
There is a fair chance that what you downloaded was not, in fact a real .avi file but a hoax, a virus. The chances of this are entirely dependant on where you got it - the BBC, 0%, PirateBay, 99% However - Don't Panic - even if it was a hoax file, the chances it was a virus that could infect a Mac are infinitesimal. VLC will play just about anything ...
Let's first try and resolve the problem before quitting. What steps did you take when trying to open an AVI file? Please state your OS X version and the version of VLC you are attempting to use. If right-click > open with > (other >) VLC ...doesn't work, then I would try reinstalling VLC.
First off, don't download AVI's of you can help it. Look for MKV's or MP4's. Depending on the format of the video in the AVI you may be able to play it with the Perian plugin for QuickTime. VLC is a good player and will play MKV and MP4 files, but if you still want to remove it you can just drag it to the trash. If you want to remove all of its ...
I've had the same issue with El Capitan. Strangely, i could open the VLC.app from within the mounted dmg (OS X just said its unsigned) but not after I copied it to /Applications. So I tried to copy it with the terminal like cp -R /Volumes/vlc-2.2.1/VLC.app /Applications/ and voila, after that I could also open it from within the Applications folder. ...
I can confirm "kilometers" answer. To configure that option, you have to change to the "Advanced/All" settings, and then it is located in "Interface-->Main Interfaces-->QT-->Continue playback?"
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