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Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
19
accepted Why are the alias so big in filesize in Mountain Lion?
Jun
19
comment Why are the alias so big in filesize in Mountain Lion?
I just searched again in Google, and just got that confirmation. Nice one. For anyone that would like a "solution", here is the link for the discussion: discussions.apple.com/thread/3988292?start=0&tstart=0
Jun
18
comment Why are the alias so big in filesize in Mountain Lion?
@memeLab unfortunately a symlink is not an alias (move the original and it doesn't resolve the link, and also you can't do a symlink of a file!), so that doesn't solve this problem.
May
11
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
18
comment restore Mac OS Mountain Lion to factory settings without discs or time machine backups
In this case, unless you have a propper install on an USB drive, I suggest doing an internet recovery, your OS was bought and you can use it from apple's site to re-install it: support.apple.com/kb/HT4718
Apr
18
comment What file permissions do I need to change after 10.8.3 restore?
If you go the "sharing" preference pane, it allows you to set a name to your computer. Have you tried that and checking in iTerm?
Apr
15
revised Can we upgrade PowerPC Macs to OS X 10.7 now that 10.8 is out?
"actually" doesn't apply here
Apr
15
suggested suggested edit on Can we upgrade PowerPC Macs to OS X 10.7 now that 10.8 is out?
Apr
15
comment Apache VirtualDocumentRoot, MAMP, .local domain & xip.io?
Have you edited the hosts file?
Mar
25
awarded  Yearling
Feb
27
comment auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while
@HimanshuPokhariya I posted pointers to get you started, and from the tests I made, checking for disk IO is very procesor hungry, and it will make your system slow unless you check if a certain app in that disk is idle. BTW, why do you want to eject an image after idle?
Feb
27
comment Mac Mini won't wake after sleep with Mountain Lion
I had the reverse (wouldn't go to sleep), in your case has that always happened? have you done the usual tricks (repair permissions, reset PRAM, check memory, etc?)
Feb
27
revised auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while
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Feb
27
comment auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while
@HimanshuPokhariya I updated with some links that I found, to help you get started.
Feb
27
revised auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while
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Feb
27
comment auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while
why the downvote?
Feb
27
answered auto unmount .dmg if it has not been accessed for a while