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I have a windows batch file that is used to pull information from my work computers and transfer it across the net to my home pc. I want to convert this to work on my MAC if possible. Can this be done?
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I am sure you could create an osx command line script that did the same thing, but its a little more complicated than converting it as such considering the differences in the various commands etc... in the two systems, will probably require someone quite familiar with the OSX command line to do it.
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Anyone willing to take a look at it for me?

27" Imac 2.8GHz I7, 12GB Ram, 2GB HD, ATi HD 4850
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