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  1. I found out about the -d option on ls, which...

    I found out about the -d option on ls, which avoid listing directory contents if a dir is specified (or expanded from *). That makes the script simpler:



    #!/bin/bash
    # Writes out how many...
  2. Bash script instead of rm to prompt with number of files about to delete (a safer rm)

    Background
    I always review my rm command line carefully before executing, so I thought I'd be fine. The other day while using the command history, I recalled and executed a previous command,...
  3. Ignore my reply above - I posted it to the wrong...

    Ignore my reply above - I posted it to the wrong thread
  4. An update to my own thread - just in case anyone...

    An update to my own thread - just in case anyone is ever interested ;-)

    Yes, it works fine. You can write a LaunchDaemon to mount the NAS, which runs at boot time, so the NAS is already mounted...
  5. NAS mount via launch daemon -what else could be recreating mount? + Thunderbolt woes

    I've created a launch daemon (no KeepAlive, but RunAtLoad is true) that runs a script at boot time that essentially does this:

    mkdir /Volumes/homes
    /sbin/mount_nfs nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn:/homes...
  6. 2 Macs - "best of both worlds" NAS / DAS - AFP vs NFS re permissions

    Our family has 2 iMacs and I want us to be able to use either one of them and have access to all of our files the same way as if they were on a local drive / DAS.
    So, I bought a QNAP Thunderbolt NAS...
  7. Sharing Google Earth cache between multiple users

    Our Mac is set up with a normal user account for each family member, of which there are a few, so it seemed to me a waste of disk space and download data that everyone has their own Google Earth...
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    Handy keyboard shortcuts cheat sheet

    I made this neat little cheat sheet of handy keyboard shortcuts if you're new to OS X, which you may find useful, especially if you're more of a keyboard person than a mouse person ;-) Note: The...
  9. Initial secure multi-user setup of OS X

    I am new to Mac OS X, but I work in IT and have used a few different OSs before (DOS, OS/2, Ubuntu - and reluctantly Windows at work). I am fully switching our family PC to Mac OS X and accept that...
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