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According to the man page for defaults: -bool[ean] Allows the user to specify a boolean as the value for the given preference key. Value must be TRUE, FALSE, YES, or NO. It would appear they've simply built in recognition for both YES/TRUE and NO/FALSE, and neither is preferable. They'll likely be translated to a 0 or 1 in the end anyway.


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So what is that minimal/safe version compatible with VM installations? In general, any version of Windows 10 will work in a VM as well as any other. where I can get it? Microsoft's online store, or practically any retail computer store.


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There is no such thing as universal keyboard shortcut to open a text editor. Neither in Windows, nor in OS X, nor in Linux Gnome or KDE. So you are out of luck there. However, you can use these shortcut chains: Windows: Win+R, n, o, t, e, p, a, d, Enter Gnome (Linux): Ctrl+Alt+T, g, e, d, i, t, Enter OS X: ⌘+Space, t, e, x, t, e, d, i, t, ...


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Why not just open your text editor of choice and click on File - Open. At the file dialog, hit Command + G and type ~/.bash_profile. Comment out or delete the caustic entry, save your file and re-launch Terminal.


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I think your using du in a Time Machine backup folder. Per du man page: Directories having multiple hard links (typically Time Machine backups) are counted a single time per du execution. So I think the aaa, bbb and ccc files are hard links, and since they were counted in the result of the ., they won't be counted again in the result for aaa, bbb or ...


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I think you need to include the full path to the radmind binary in your ProgramArguments. Change: <string>radmind</string> to: <string>/usr/local/sbin/radmind</string>


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Make another admin account on your mac, and use it's terminal to delete or mv your broken .bash_profile file. Or boot in single user mode and do it from there (after mount -uw / of course).


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Open terminal preferences, and in the general tab set "shells open with" to /bin/csh. You should now be able to open a new terminal window, rm ~/.bash_profile, and switch back to bash.


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Thanks to Ionic on the #x2go IRC channel, I put the same contents in /etc/x2go/keystrokes.cfg, and now the fullscreen binding is disabled. Curious about why I had to change a server-side config to change this client-side behavior, but I'm happy now. Thanks, Ionic!


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I just came across this as I'm doing my LPIC and using a MB Pro running CentOS in a VM. Ended up being CTRL+\


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Three solutions you could consider. First, try target disk mode. If single user mode works, then target disk mode should work as well. Once it is started in target disk mode, plug it into the other system you have (using firewire), and tell the second system to boot externally (hold down option on boot). Once the OS in the damaged system boots using the ...


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It's trying to show you a thumbnail view of the contents of those files (because it understands PDF, DOCX, and HTML file types). It's a little ridiculous in my opinion, because that's only useful for pictures. You'll notice too that when you hover over the icon you have left and right page navigation options as well (assuming there's more than one page). ...



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