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comment Matlab FTP file read issue
How about reading the comment made and also read how to respond on this site - that should have been an edit not a comment - help is at the top right
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comment Matlab FTP file read issue
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this has nothing to do with Apple software or hardware
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revised Copy-on-select, paste-on-middle-click on Mac OS X?
Update iTerm
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answered Using zsh and mcports. Command not found
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revised Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
typos
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answered Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
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comment Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
That is more complex you want it as an apache plugin - for dev look at camp
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comment Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
OK then what do the startup scripts ~/.bash_login ~/.profile etc show One of them probably start php
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comment Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
pr equivalently from the command line ` dscl . -read /Users/username UserShell` making the obvious change
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comment Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
In System Preferences, select users and right click on its name. "Advanced options..." will appear. and that will show default shell - what is there? (You might need to enable editing)
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comment Opening up the terminal on a Mac always starts a PHP process
What does the general page of Terminal preferences show?
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revised How do you auto resize cells in Excel?
Make i clear what the menu selection is
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comment How do I configure easy_install to use the right Python interpreter?
I would restore from your backup: ) Actually in this case do as I say in the answer and use the /usr/local/bin python