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Software developer at Spotify. Software hobbyist in my spare time.


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comment using ulimit for current shell
And you normal user does not have sudo privileges? to change to hard resource limits you will need to have root privileges somehow, not sure if Mac OS X has some kind of more fine grained security system to let normals users set specific limits. But generally it would be a really bad idea if normal users could change that kind of stuff.
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comment using ulimit for current shell
Something like this sudo sh -c "ulimit -c 10 ; sudo -u $USER sh -c 'whoami ; ulimit -a'"
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comment using ulimit for current shell
I mean, you could sudo to root, change the ulimit, su to normal user, execute script.
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comment using ulimit for current shell
And you can't change this before starting the shell without privileges?
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revised How to make a single window on Mac OS X sticky to every desktop space?
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Thank you very much!
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