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comment What's the correctly way to make Postfix run permanently on Lion (not server)
Worked for me on Mavericks, but I had to put the full file path in to load it: sudo launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.postfix.master.plist
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comment Parsing dates in Mavericks
Thanks. I was just looking to parse dates. These work, which is great, although I actually installed coreutils via homebrew and switched to gdate to resolve it.
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
I doubt it's that process substitution doesn't work given the accepted answer here: superuser.com/questions/255260/bash-source-from-url
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
Surely that first line is passing it as a file, not piping it?
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
The <() construct uses a special file; /dev/fd/63.
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
There's nothing wrong with the curl. As in the original post, a three line separate download, source and then removal of the temporary file works.
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
I want to put it in my ~/.bashrc, I've tried running it at a bash prompt too. No error message. Just the aliases within it aren't available, the bash completion of SSH hostnames it sets up doesn't work, etc.
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
There is no error. It doesn't have to be executable to source it, nor does it have to be in the PATH.
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comment Source a script from a URL in bash
I'm trying to source a downloaded script into my bash environment.
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