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Nov
7
accepted Export pst files and index
Oct
25
comment Export pst files and index
Sweet! I'll try this out tomorrow to see what results it yields.
Oct
25
awarded  Custodian
Oct
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Export pst files and index
Oct
25
asked Export pst files and index
Jul
31
answered Cannot Start MySQL Server on Fresh MAMP Install
Jul
31
comment OSX Lion terminal lost all colors
If when you state "I'm not sure where the code for the colors go" you mean LSCOLORS, then maybe you should check out softwaregravy.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/ls-colors-for-mac. I'm assuming that you mean the colors for when you perform an ls on a directory and you see different files and folders, and you are wanting to change the color of the folder.
Jul
29
awarded  Supporter
Jul
29
accepted OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
Jul
29
comment OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
Okay, just making sure I'm not crazy. IF you can reproduce it too, then it must be an issue with the arch command. I come from a Unix background, so I'm used to just using uname and I believe that one over the arch command. Just didn't know if OSX used some sort of "special" feature that I didn't know about.
Jul
29
comment OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
I'll check that out when I upgrade to Lion, but I'm still on Snow Leopard (plan on upgrading in about a week).
Jul
29
comment OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
This doesn't answer my question. My question would be why uname gives me 64bit and arch command tells me its 32bit.
Jul
29
comment OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
My overall question is why does there appear to be a difference between the two commands?
Jul
29
asked OSX: Little Confused on Architecture on Macbook Pro
Jul
27
awarded  Editor
Jul
27
revised OSX: Installing Custom PHP Binaries
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Jul
27
awarded  Student
Jul
27
asked OSX: Installing Custom PHP Binaries
Dec
14
comment Fastest booting Linux ditribution on a live-cd
You could use Puppy Linux if you'd like to. Additionally, if you didn't need a GUI (I belive you want a GUI, but for future reference), you could use Finnix. I'm giving you these options because they are so small in size with a commendable amount of features. It sounds like you are wanting something small that is going to do a subset of certain tasks. Let me know if you need any additional help.
Dec
13
awarded  Teacher