Is there anyway to get
Music out of my way in my home directory? Either deleting it, or moving it to someplace else.
Now, I know that this question has been asked before (I've read this one and this one too), so I know that some more details are needed or I'll get back bogus answers... So: what I want is to rename or remove the actual folder, hopefully with any magical stuff that the OS is doing with it (like scanning it for changes, or worse: add meta-data files).
Symbolic links are unrelated here, since I want to move the actual directory to a place I don't really care about, I don't want to create some other name for it. I also don't care what's visible in the Finder -- so flipping some hidden bit that makes it not show up there won't do me any good. This is making it a very different issue from the ones in those other questions.
(The complete story is that I have recently started using a Mac, and I need to wire it into the network of file syncing that I do across many machines (using unison). Naturally, I have music in a
music directory, which collides with OSX's
Music thing, so I need to get it out of my way. That's why I don't care how it's shown in the Finder or if I'm losing some marvelous iTunes features. (I will most likely not even notice it if both Finder and iTunes disappear from this machine.))