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Working at university on the borderline between mathematics and computer sciences.


Apr
17
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
asked Terminal wraps at 80 chars even if window is wider
Jan
5
comment How to open time machine progress bar window
Is that Maverick as well, or something older?
Jan
5
awarded  Yearling
Dec
19
comment Persisten change of device ownership
I just found this answer which should apply to my use case as well. So if noone can come up with a better solution, I guess I'll try that soon. And if someone who has tried this kind of thing wants to turn that answer into an answer for here, that's fine as well.
Dec
19
asked Persisten change of device ownership
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
11
awarded  Constituent
Feb
11
awarded  Caucus
Dec
2
accepted How to open time machine progress bar window
Dec
2
comment How to open time machine progress bar window
@patrix, would you turn that comment into an answer? I find it contains more detail than the current answer.
Nov
30
awarded  Scholar
Nov
30
accepted Install 32bit Java 7 OpenJDK
Nov
30
accepted Display dialog from command line (like xmessage does)
Nov
30
asked How to open time machine progress bar window
Nov
30
comment Display dialog from command line (like xmessage does)
The first approach has the drawback that it will raise all windows of the given application, which I find slightly annoying. But the second approach is the best I've seen so far. Apps not responding should be rare enough that I won't worry about these.
Nov
30
revised Display dialog from command line (like xmessage does)
Pointer to terminal-notifier
Nov
30
asked Display dialog from command line (like xmessage does)
Nov
4
comment Use curl to download images from website using wildcard?
@GeorgeC: "${i##*/}" is the name of the file on your local machine; you may prepend a directory name to that, e.g. "some/dir/${i##*/}". Or you simply cd into the desired directory first.