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Jul
24
comment Dual boot Kali with Mac
I also thought the rEFInd tool was only needed for booting into OSs that don't support EFI booting. Kali 1.0.8 does support it so would I need to use rEFInd?
Jul
24
comment Dual boot Kali with Mac
I tried using rEFInd. If I boot into the Kali USB using rEFInd it gives a list of errors (all the same): Error: not found from LocateDevicePath and it tells me to press any key to continue, which takes me back to the rEFInd menu.
Jul
24
asked Dual boot Kali with Mac
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
revised Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Included picture of the workflow from the link
Jun
30
accepted Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Jun
30
answered Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Jun
13
asked Why can Quicktime play AC3 audio but iTunes can't
Jun
10
asked Automator service to extract file and delete parent
Apr
2
comment make it easier to call often used terminal commands
That will probably work but isn't the idea of putting something into a directory in your PATH that you don't have to address it like that? I thought that having it in the PATH meant that you could call just the filename from any directory and it would be found?
Apr
2
asked make it easier to call often used terminal commands
Mar
29
comment homebrew broken after time machine restore
sam$ /usr/local/Cellar/ffmpeg/2.1.4/bin/ffmpeg dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libx264.125.dylib Referenced from: /usr/local/Cellar/ffmpeg/2.1.4/bin/ffmpeg Reason: image not found Trace/BPT trap: 5 So that didn't work. Uninstall ffmpeg then install ffmpeg does work but thats just a real pain to have to do for every package that I have! Im really not happy with Time Machine for this... I thought the whole idea was that it backed EVERYTHING up for this scenario :(
Mar
29
asked homebrew broken after time machine restore
Aug
7
awarded  Commentator
Aug
7
comment C++ how to accept a given file as an argument
I was unsure if this was right place to post or not but I felt it was more a question of 'how the Finder operates and handles drag and drop' rather than coding... I will try using Automator for it, but Im not having much luck getting it to pass the arguments through correctly.
Aug
6
asked C++ how to accept a given file as an argument
Jul
10
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
5
awarded  Self-Learner
Feb
21
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Tumbleweed