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Jul
17
revised Can iTunes sync podcasts to an iPhone without removing unfinished podcasts?
Add update re: problem seems to have resolved itself
May
26
awarded  Commentator
May
26
comment Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
Mac OS X doesn't have the /proc filesystem.
Mar
8
accepted What is the difference between “all unplayed” and “all new” podcasts?
Mar
8
comment What is the difference between “all unplayed” and “all new” podcasts?
Thanks! I wonder how useful "all new" is... one has to listen to everything before it disappears on the next sync.
Mar
8
asked What is the difference between “all unplayed” and “all new” podcasts?
Mar
8
comment Can iTunes sync podcasts to an iPhone without removing unfinished podcasts?
Unfortunately, that's not the case. I edited the question to clarify that this occurs with the single newest episode in a podcast.
Mar
8
revised Can iTunes sync podcasts to an iPhone without removing unfinished podcasts?
Re-phrase title in the form of a question, add explanation about only one episode
Mar
8
asked Can iTunes sync podcasts to an iPhone without removing unfinished podcasts?
Nov
29
awarded  Teacher
Nov
29
answered Is there an Arabic Easter Egg in Snow Leopard?
Jul
24
accepted Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
Jul
24
comment Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
This appears to be why the files are not visible with ls. Indeed, running lsof +L shows link counts of 0. Thanks for explaining this!
Jul
24
revised Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
Add blurb about listing the directory and not finding anything matching the lsof output.
Jul
24
comment Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
The quotes don't help. I'll add to the question that listing the directory doesn't show any .com.google.chome.* files or directories.
Jul
24
asked Temporary files listed by lsof don't exist
Mar
25
comment Connect to Server as guest from command line
Thanks for digging up the -N argument, that's what I was looking for. The creation/removal of the destination directory I can work around in a script.
Mar
25
accepted Connect to Server as guest from command line
Mar
25
awarded  Editor
Mar
25
comment Connect to Server as guest from command line
@Martín good catch, I fixed the typo. The question you link to doesn't address the "connect as guest" issue, though.