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revised Log out other user w/o first switching to that user
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revised How can I troubleshoot Mac OS X 10.8 hard lockups?
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revised Netboot Image - Where is the user generated data stored
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May
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revised How can I encrypt a folder in OS X Mavericks
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May
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revised Retrieve Voice Memos from device?
In the latest manual it's page 105 now; added quote
Apr
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revised Netboot Image - Where is the user generated data stored
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revised Netboot Image - Where is the user generated data stored
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Apr
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revised Find and remove all photos below a certain size threshhold
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revised Find and remove all photos below a certain size threshhold
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Apr
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revised Tools to compress and encrypt files
FileVault is not a command line term; You can create a DMG which is both compressed and encrypted.
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revised Downside of manual shutdown
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Jan
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revised Can I install my old OSX on a different computer after upgrading?
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revised Downside of manual shutdown
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revised Mac App Store app can't be uninstalled, won't finish installing
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revised Why can't I open DMG files which reside on a read-only NFS filesystem?
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Nov
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revised Why can't I open DMG files which reside on a read-only NFS filesystem?
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Dec
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revised Does the iMac EFI Update 1.7 change how NetBooting works?
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Dec
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revised Is there an easy way to update a NetBoot image?
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Dec
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revised Is there a way to show the speed of copying files on a Mac?
you need -a (archive) to preserve permissions and recurse into dirs; --progress shows per-file progress; added tip about drag/dropping a file; added sample output