Reputation
460
Top tag
Next privilege 500 Rep.
Access review queues
Badges
2 4 15
Impact
~61k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 31 votes cast
Jun
19
comment Is there a hook or trigger I can use to run a script when a new network connection is made?
Thanks @rchrdg I'll look at Control Plane. What I am really looking for are the hooks or triggers that Control Plane utilizes.
Jun
18
asked Is there a hook or trigger I can use to run a script when a new network connection is made?
Apr
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
12
accepted Programmatically Change Screen Saver “Start after” time
Jan
9
answered Programmatically Change Screen Saver “Start after” time
Jan
9
asked Programmatically Change Screen Saver “Start after” time
Oct
23
awarded  Famous Question
Jul
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
2
awarded  Yearling
Apr
23
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
31
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
8
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
2
comment How can I keep my system clock in sync under Mavericks?
I don't understand why this worked, but it worked!
Feb
2
accepted How can I keep my system clock in sync under Mavericks?
Feb
1
revised How can I keep my system clock in sync under Mavericks?
Updated Information, added two tags
Jan
22
asked How can I make an Ubuntu Samba Share **completely** writeable from Mavericks
Jan
21
comment How can I keep my system clock in sync under Mavericks?
This question looks promising, I will try soon and update here when I know.
Jan
9
comment How can I keep my system clock in sync under Mavericks?
FYI - I'm not a fan of relying on the PATH variable in either LaunchDaemons or cron jobs. I've been burned way too many times, I think it is a much better practice to use the complete path. In the case of LaunchDaemons you can specify a WorkingDirectory which, if used, removes the need to specify the complete path.