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CS grad student


Dec
12
comment Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
Format != content.
Dec
12
comment Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
A comma would suffice, as would a space, an apostrophe, etc. The numbers could have been the other way around. They were arbitrarily chosen.
Dec
12
revised Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
answering questions
Dec
12
answered Mac: What's ~/.CFUserTextEncoding for?
Dec
12
answered Macports, post-install and launchd: what were those instructions again?
Dec
10
comment Is it possible to bind ⌘← and ⌘→ on Terminal.app?
It would seem ^a and ^e work in the GUI programs. Perhaps these are what you should use for your universal shortcuts.
Dec
9
comment How do I open a CAB file on Mac OS?
You can check what gets installed (check out Pacifist), but likely the password is needed only because of the location of the install.
Dec
2
comment Mac builtin video camera (iSight) stopped working
Have you rebooted?
Nov
28
comment Graphical GUI for Graphviz on Mac?
+1 Omnigraffle :-)
Nov
25
comment Mac OS X: bootup troubleshooting
Never shut off the computer? They have sleep mode. I'd follow jweede's suggestion of the resetting the PRAM.
Nov
25
answered Mac OS X: How do you set ipfw rules on startup?
Nov
25
answered Mac OS X: bootup troubleshooting
Nov
21
answered Time Machine logging in 10.6
Nov
20
comment Why is 'sudo' often omitted in installation instructions?
You might also set --prefix to be $HOME/bin
Nov
18
awarded  Editor
Nov
18
revised Install 32-bits ports on Snow Leopard
change path from var to etc
Nov
16
comment Snow Leopard Requirements
Rather than taking the mini apart to insert a hard drive you might consider just get an external drive.
Nov
16
comment Snow Leopard Requirements
Anyone doing dev work should want more and more and more memory.
Nov
14
answered Install 32-bits ports on Snow Leopard
Nov
14
comment Apple Time Machine hard drive
Resizing partitions isn't a problem. gparted and diskutility to a lesser degree are both capable.