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answered How can I kill a process by its name?
Mar
3
comment How to make ntfs-3g drive visible in Finder
Now that makes sense. As you said before, you only have "write access". I suppose you need to change permissions permanently for the HDD in question, to make it work as it was before. I never used "Tuxera NTFS" or "ntfs-3g", so i don't know for sure if there is a conflict and if so, can i be easily resolves via the preferences settings etc.. I am sure, that here is your solution tuxera.com/forum/…
Mar
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revised How to make a bootable disk from an image with Toast?
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Mar
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revised How to make a bootable disk from an image with Toast?
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comment How to make ntfs-3g drive visible in Finder
Ok! Open a window and browse to "/Volumes", where the HD Drives are visible and drag them into the Finder Sidebar under Devices. This works usually!
Mar
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revised How to make a bootable disk from an image with Toast?
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Mar
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revised How to make a bootable disk from an image with Toast?
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Mar
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comment How to make ntfs-3g drive visible in Finder
Q: "The problem is that Finder doesn't list it in the list of drives that it sees". Is this only true for the "Finder Sidebar" and/or for the "/" dir ?!
Mar
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revised Why does my computer auto-restart after freezing (Lion 10.7.3), even when disabled?
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Mar
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answered Keep getting this kernel panic
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revised What's a good program to batch resize 100,000 jpg images?
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Feb
29
comment Copy system bundle to a Mac on network?
To bad, that it didn't work out for you in the end!! Thank you for your appreciation Don! Cheers!
Feb
29
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Feb
29
comment Copy system bundle to a Mac on network?
..because you get "not enough write permissions" message i suppose! If you get "No such file or directory" message, then i don't understand what is wrong, if the path used is accurate. i am curious though if you'd succeed, using firewire connection.
Feb
28
comment Copy system bundle to a Mac on network?
you are welcome!! why not drag and drop both locations into terminal (if possible over your network from mac01), to make sure, there are no typos and the path is correct.
Feb
28
comment Copy system bundle to a Mac on network?
i see. are you certain that your 'dir' is valid?! i can't see a typo so far. try to drag the .bundle you want to copy into terminal.app after "sudo -r" and then type in your location.
Feb
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