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comment Is it possible to automatize a shared host setup using bash shell script?
I already have ssh keys stored on authorized_keys so that no password is prompt. About the parameters, that's a great point. Instead of asking the user, I can try to find those answers. Actually in order to answer those questions, the user should look at the environment and look at them, so I guess, the same can do the system, if, those questions are not subjective. Thanks a lot. It's my first step to dig in and try to narrow down a script.
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comment -bash: ls: command not found at Terminal on Mac OS X
If you wish, instead of using textwrangler and navigate to the hidden files on finder, you may also use the absolute path of pico for example, by doing, inside your profile file directory, the following: $~ /usr/bin/pico .bash_profile.
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comment Mavericks Instalation freeze! - please advice. Progress Bar not moving
No dice. I have tried to restore the old OS, no luck either. I end up removing the partition and install the old OS and then, Mavericks was able to be installed. About the time-machine backup, well, at least on my laptop, it gets really, really, slow and responsiveness while doing backups. So, at the very end, I've never use it because it wasn't practical. I happen to lost all the information there present (2 years work), because I didn't want to wait/have some Apple Genius to look into my stored data, nor open the laptop disk and retrieve the data there present. All this to say: Stay Warned.