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location Portland, OR
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visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Dec 20 at 1:59

Primarily a Flash and C/C++/Objective-C Developer. Hardcore veteran of PHP, Perl and VB6 probjects.


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awarded  Supporter
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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answered Automation (Keyboard Maestro) running the process in the background without interfering on other activities
Mar
30
awarded  Editor
Mar
30
revised Blank Terminal (no response) on Mac
clarification
Mar
30
asked Blank Terminal (no response) on Mac
Aug
15
comment How can I make it easier to move files from an underprivileged (user) account to a root directory in linux?
I am sudo'ing to root. su -c has the same problem: $ sudo su -c "mv foo /etc" yields mv: cannot open 'foo' for reading: Permission denied. My current directory is on a local machine. Yes.
Aug
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asked How can I make it easier to move files from an underprivileged (user) account to a root directory in linux?
Feb
7
accepted Image recognition mouse-click automation utility?
Feb
5
awarded  Student
Feb
5
asked Image recognition mouse-click automation utility?
Jan
24
awarded  Scholar
Jan
24
accepted com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
Jan
24
answered com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
Jan
24
comment com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
I remember that being the functionality as well. Whether it's a bug or a new updated feature, it looks like that did not occur in this case.
Jan
22
comment com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
Yes. It was activated (checked, at least). It turns out that the problem was that no adapters were selected for sharing, so it was just skipping the sharing altogether (I'm guessing).
Jan
12
comment com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
$ sudo ls /etc/com.apple* Password: ls: /etc/com.apple*: No such file or directory
Jan
12
asked com.apple.named.conf.proxy missing
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12
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