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comment What's a good solution for file-tagging in linux?
web.archive.org/web/20110511085659/http://beagle-project.org/…
Aug
4
comment What's a good solution for file-tagging in linux?
In PC-BSD Forums, with reference to the 2010 edition of this question: PC-BSD, extended attributes and tagging; OpenMeta and Apple's approach
Jul
26
revised How does Mavericks's Finder store tags?
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/openmeta/DK4Of2QGkpM/KIK9VKaCQdkJ opens the relevant post.
Jul
26
comment How does Mavericks's Finder store tags?
Weird, groups.google.com/d/msg/openmeta/DK4Of2QGkpM/KIK9VKaCQdkJ is the link given by Google for the post, but following that link sometimes fails to disclose the required post.
Jul
26
suggested approved edit on How does Mavericks's Finder store tags?
Jul
26
comment How does Mavericks's Finder store tags?
Note that the Mavericks approach to tagging within the file system was not limited to Finder.
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Apr
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comment bcm4331 (wifi) doesn't work on FreeBSD 10.1
If you can answer your own question, with a link and a little detail, I'll be grateful. (At duckduckgo.com/?q=ndis%20PC-BSD the top hit is NDIS support - PC-BSD Forums but that topic no longer exists.)
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Feb
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comment Weird bug in 'tar' not including files named .__init__.py
github.com/libarchive/libarchive/commit/… and forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=20684196#post20684196 draw attention to the outdated documentation from Apple.
Feb
7
comment Why do I get files like ._foo in my tarball on OS X?
github.com/libarchive/libarchive/commit/… and forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=20684196#post20684196 draw attention to the outdated documentation from Apple.
Feb
5
comment Why is my Hybrid Disk not Active?
A Wikipedia definition of hybrid drive does include SRT, but that should devalue this answer. +1
Jan
4
revised ddrescue rates low (~20,000 kB/s) with ZFS content on a good drive, USB 3.0 limited to USB 2.0 with a 2009 MacBookPro5,2
Better, but rates are still less than half of what I'd expect.
Jan
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asked ddrescue rates low (~20,000 kB/s) with ZFS content on a good drive, USB 3.0 limited to USB 2.0 with a 2009 MacBookPro5,2
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