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The -exec argument to find simply executes that command on each item returned. So, for example, if you have a directory set like: >$ find . . ./a.txt ./b.txt ./dir1 ./dir1/c.txt ./dir2 ./dir2/d.txt The -exec portion will be run once for each line, substituting the text for {}. So, in your case, it would recursively copy each entry to the specified ...


From a Bash command line, something like this should do the trick: mdkir /mnt/harddrive mount -rw /dev/hda(whatever your hard drive partion name/number is) /mnt/harddrive Then you can either cd into the drive at /mnt/harddrive or you can chroot into it to use it as the root directory while you fix the problem. If you are unsure of the drive's partition ...


Use the sleep command: sleep 25m So it would look like sleep 25m killall process Source and good resource: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-unix-sleep-bash-scripting/


Mailsum seems perfect for you (screenshot from site included below). It's $2 on the App Store.


FileZilla does not have any command line arguments (nor any other way) that allow automatic transfer. See: https://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Command-line_arguments_(Client) http://trac.filezilla-project.org/ticket/2317 How to send a file with FileZilla from command line? Though you can use any other client that allows automation. You have not specified ...


AppleScript You can write a short AppleScript tell application "Finder" set the clipboard to "mylongemail@example.com" end tell Open the AppleScript Editor, paste the example and save it as an application. You can then put it in your dock to access it quickly. Terminal You can use pbcopy to copy text to the clipboard echo 'mylongemail@example.com' ...


1) In order not to have problems with the first line, make sure to kill all your script instances when (re)testing. e.g. killall <scriptname>. 2) Add the --batch parameter to your gpg command. Everything else should fine. Hope this helps.

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