I used chmod to make some scripts executable, and now my bash shell is tab-autocompleting all available commands. How can I make it go back to completing just files / folders in the current folder?
I am trying to permanently delete Zumo Drive from my computer, which is running OSX 10.6.8. I have removed ZumoDrive.app from the Applications folder and moved it to the trash. When I attempt to ...
When working with files on my mac I employ a mixed approach of shell/finder or keyboard/mouse, similar to working with 4NT and Explorer on Windows. One thing I use(d) extensively on Windows is to ...
THE ANSWER — NO SOLUTION It seems that this is a (hardware?) bug with the Intel iMacs and Mac Minis, as I discovered in this thread on Apple Support (which admittedly wasn't easy to find with that ...
I'm looking for a simple command that can be used within Bash to find the absolute and canonicalized path to a file on an OS X (similar to `readlink -f' under Linux). The following sample bash ...
Possible Duplicate: What does the @ in ls -al mean? When doing an ls -l some files are tagged with "@" like this: -rw-r--r--@ 1 master staff 2074042 Feb 3 19:26 ...