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Dec
19
comment OSX: Is there a built-in scheduler program?
@calavera: Thanks for the edit. I hate it when documents on major websites are removed like that. I added a new link which is sadly less relevant, it doesn't specifically mention cron being deprecated :-(
Dec
19
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Dec
19
revised OSX: Is there a built-in scheduler program?
Bah! What happened to that other, better document I was linking to??
Dec
19
revised OSX: Is there a built-in scheduler program?
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Dec
18
answered How should I set up my coding environment for PHP, mySQL, and JavaScript development?
Dec
18
comment Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
Glad they were able to fix it for you!
Dec
17
revised How can I unmount a drive every time I reboot?
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Dec
16
answered How can I unmount a drive every time I reboot?
Dec
16
revised Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
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Dec
16
comment Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
Sorry Rich, I only now saw the part of your question where you mentioned you were unable to run AHT. This is the issue of having a system without built in ethernet and optical drives! I'll see if I can figure out another solution for you...
Dec
16
revised Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
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Dec
16
comment Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
@kim3er: Did you see the other options in that article? Do you have access to a MacBook Air SuperDrive (or other external USB optical drive)?
Dec
16
answered Macbook Air (1st gen) running really slow, basic apps crash and no internet
Dec
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revised Command-line voice recognition with Mac OS X
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Dec
16
comment Command-line voice recognition with Mac OS X
Yup, it sure does. Actually I believe what it does is rescans that folder every 20 seconds, converts all filenames to phonetic representations, and adds those to the list of commands it knows about. Personally, I think it's a great design -- nice and simple for the end user!
Dec
16
comment Ubuntu bootable USB drive does not show up as bootable
+1 for rEFIt, that's the way to go.
Dec
16
answered Command-line voice recognition with Mac OS X
Dec
16
answered Can I backup iTunes 9 before upgrading to iTunes 10?
Dec
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