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Jan
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accepted Use a bash script if it exists on the path, otherwise use an executable
Jan
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
24
comment Use a bash script if it exists on the path, otherwise use an executable
Thanks! I'll try your last suggestion first thing monday morning. Sounds like a winner.
Jan
24
asked Use a bash script if it exists on the path, otherwise use an executable
Dec
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awarded  Student
Aug
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accepted Terminal command 'edit' unknown (OSX 10.8.1) : -bash: edit: command not found
Aug
29
comment Terminal command 'edit' unknown (OSX 10.8.1) : -bash: edit: command not found
When my collegues enter 'edit file.txt' it opens with a gui editor. When I do that I get the error as specified in the title. How do I make 'edit' open a gui text editor?
Aug
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asked Terminal command 'edit' unknown (OSX 10.8.1) : -bash: edit: command not found
Mar
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
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comment /private folder on OSX lost it's '@' attribute
Thnx. Worked like a charm
Mar
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accepted /private folder on OSX lost it's '@' attribute
Mar
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asked /private folder on OSX lost it's '@' attribute