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comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
I used OSX native editor to create and edit the script. I think it's called TextEdit. Unfortunatelly I am not able to access this OSX computer anymore :-( Why do I have to use -a option as the command line version works fine?
Jul
21
comment environment.plist adds extra characters?
Do you want to create an answer from your comment? It did help. Thank you
Jul
21
comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
Yep, I tried before posting this question. Getting this "dsa-mac1:Desktop Administrator$ ./runID ./runID: line 2: -n: command not found"
Jul
20
comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
I think I tried that already. Let me confirm tomorrow.
Jul
20
revised environment.plist adds extra characters?
added 1 character in body
Jul
20
comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
I am not able to do that right now. I was doing remote session and trying to solve an issue. I'll ask someone to issue and see. Thank you for your help.
Jul
20
comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
I used standard text editor. Cannot remember its name right now.
Jul
20
asked environment.plist adds extra characters?
Jul
20
comment how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
yes, it's correct. Copied from terminal.
Jul
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asked how to run open -n applicaton name from command line?
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comment Cannot share clipboard when using Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection to Windows7
I restart the box basically every day. Strange thing is that sometimes copying things over RDP works, sometimes not.
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