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From left to right, the columns are: permissions (e.g., read, write, execute), then the number of links, the owning user of the file, the owning group of the file, the file size (bytes for files, 512 byte blocks for directories), and the last time the file was accessed. The column you didn't show on the far right is the name of the file in question. For ...


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Output of ls -l is drwxrwxrwx 1 Fayyy staff 131072 Jan 1 1980 USBDrive It looks like you might have a trailing space character in the name of the USB drive, try cd '/Volumes/USBDrive ', and it works you might want to remove the trailing space character in the name.


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gfind path_A -name '*AAA*' -exec mv {} path_B \; should work, you won‘t even need gfind as long as you don‘t need any special functionality. You can basically use any other answer in the Q&A you link to in the question :-)


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If you have the VLC media player installed, you can run the following example compound command in Terminal to start playing the video file at the 1 hour 10 minutes 30 seconds mark: open -a /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/VLC '/path/to/name.mp4' --args --start-time 4230 Showing on two lines to see the whole compound command: open -a /Applications/VLC....


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The problem was actually the zsh shell. Given the [xxx.xxx.xx.xxx]:yyyyy syntax, zsh was interpreting the []s as a globbing pattern. That's why I was getting a "zsh: no matches found" error. In the old Bash shell, this isn't a problem, and the command I gave runs perfectly. The solution in zsh is to quote the whole hostname, like this: ssh-keygen -...


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to re-enable media keys you can use: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.rcd.plist explained in this article


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