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Feb
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
23
comment How do I collapse a machine's Time Machine snapshots to just the final one?
Thanks, this looks like a great solution. My solution at the time was "don't do that" – I instead used CarbonCopyCloner (as it still had a version that would run on a Powerbook G4) to make a system image, then deleted the Time Machine backups entirely.
Feb
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accepted How do I collapse a machine's Time Machine snapshots to just the final one?
Dec
15
awarded  Yearling
Dec
15
answered Firewall and Blocking [More] Traffic
Dec
15
answered Is there the command in Mac OS X(10.8) equivalent to 'iptables'?
Dec
11
answered Encrypt tar file asymmetrically
Dec
11
comment Encrypt tar file asymmetrically
It appears DerMike is asking for how to do this via openssl, though?
Dec
11
comment To run Makefile.tpl in OSX
@Masi: That is how you run Makefile.tpl. The problem is, you don't really want to run Makefile.tpl. The error you're getting is because SETDPERMISSIONS is empty, so it tries to run a directory as a command and errors out. Please follow the instructions at physionet.org/physiotools/wfdb-darwin-quick-start.shtml, including to run ./configure before sudo make install.
Dec
10
answered To run Makefile.tpl in OSX
Nov
24
awarded  Student
Nov
24
asked How do I collapse a machine's Time Machine snapshots to just the final one?
Feb
18
comment How often is IPsec used in IPV4 networks?
@Deoetpatria That is patently false. IPsec works just as well with IPv4. RFC 6071, IP Security (IPsec) and Internet Key Exchange (IKE) Document Roadmap, states in its introduction that "IPsec and IKE can be used in conjunction with both IPv4 and IPv6." It also works with many other protocols, see section 8 of that RFC, "Other Protocols That Use IPsec/IKE", which has 10 subsections.
Jul
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awarded  Caucus
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
May
26
answered How do disk permissions fall into a state of disrepair?
May
26
comment How do disk permissions fall into a state of disrepair?
The contradiction you mention is due to poor writing in the Apple Support document cited (HT1452). "Apple-originated installer package" is being used to mean "an installer package produced using Apple's toolchain (PackageMaker) that will be installed by Installer.app." If you look in /Library/Receipts yourself, you'll see pretty much nothing; all the action is in /var/db/receipts now. If you look there, you'll see receipts for packages that installed software from all vendors, not just packages that installed software produced by Apple (com.apple.*).
Apr
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awarded  Revival
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awarded  Editor
Mar
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revised Mac OS X read/write NTFS support
Add log analysis.