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primadonna ruby developer, connoisseur of regexp esoterica, one-liner showoff, snooty mac user, unix weenie, maker of fine vapourware, and designer wannabe.

Aug
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comment How to ssh to an unreachable remote machine by tunneling through a server that everyone can reach?
server can't see mini.
Aug
2
revised How to ssh to an unreachable remote machine by tunneling through a server that everyone can reach?
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Aug
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asked How to ssh to an unreachable remote machine by tunneling through a server that everyone can reach?
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Feb
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comment Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
Sounds good, but nothing ever gets added to ~/Applications, so what I should do instead is remove it, and add the Folder Action to my home folder, waiting for the Applications folder to be created.
Jan
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
12
accepted Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
Dec
12
comment Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
Yay, cool. I changed the file to 0x08000100:0, and now triggering the Finder's Quick Look on UTF-8 text/plain files displays extended characters properly.
Dec
12
comment Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
So. Does it sound like a good idea to change the encoding value to that of kCFStringEncodingUTF8?
Dec
11
comment Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
or should this be on stackoverflow because of core foundation?
Dec
11
asked Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
Dec
11
comment Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
I don't think so. But Adobe is sneaky. Do they force it on you with CS? What traces of it can I look for? I might have run an Air-based application. (And immediately deleted it because of TEH UGLY, but I digress.)
Dec
11
comment Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
@Philippe Mongeau: No CrossOver.
Dec
11
comment Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
@bobince Some applications like to party in your ~/Documents folder. Microsoft ones especially.
Dec
11
comment Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
.localized is standard in system folders. They names appear localized in the Finder if you use another language. (Double annoying, that)
Dec
10
revised Mac: Why do I keep getting an Applications folder in my home folder, and how do I stop it?
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