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comment How do I give a user sudo permissions?
To reverse this change, change the -a (add) flag to -d (delete): sudo dseditgroup -o edit -d geoff -t user admin
Dec
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reviewed Edit Backup Time capsule content for later restore
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revised Backup Time capsule content for later restore
minor formatting
Dec
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comment OS X command line installer track progress
How so? timmay:~ da4$ sudo installer -pkg /Users/da4/Desktop/auto/Firefox-43.0.1.pkg -target / -verboseR | grep % | sed 's/installer:%//g' 7.573892 28.364039 46.844170 95.628934 97.262500 97.750000 100.000000
Dec
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comment OS X command line installer track progress
If you wanted to grab the entire percentage, you could use sed: grep % | sed 's/installer:%//g - if you wanted to only capture to whole integer, you'd probably have better luck with awk
Dec
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answered OS X command line installer track progress
Nov
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answered How to bind specific window to a hotkey?
Nov
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answered Flaky DNS/connection issues when using Wi-Fi in Japan. Fifty-percent of page/images load if lucky
Oct
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reviewed Approve How do I flush the DNS cache on a OS X 10.6 machine?
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answered Can 2013 MacBook Air output to 2560x1080?
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answered Install a graphics card in a MacBook Pro 2015
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comment Can someone tell me why my macbook pro keeps crashing? 10.10.3 Mid 2012 Model
FWIW I'm not a very big of Yosemite either, but El Capitan looks really promising already.
Aug
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comment Can someone tell me why my macbook pro keeps crashing? 10.10.3 Mid 2012 Model
Sorry, should've remembered that -remove requires sudo first: sudo atsutil databases -remove and then enter your administrator account's password when prompted.
Aug
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answered Can someone tell me why my macbook pro keeps crashing? 10.10.3 Mid 2012 Model
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reviewed Approve “Share” button in Preview (10.9.5)
Feb
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comment How to uninstall individual Office365 components in Mac OS X
It does, you simply need to deactivate your license first.