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Apr
25
comment RSync move files to a different directory if they were deleted on the server
Isn't the "right way" to do this with --link-dest? I've never used it myself, and you must seemingly write a script to make up a new directory each time, but it'll do the trick. Appears less user-friendly than time machine : superuser.com/questions/441522/…
Apr
25
comment RSync move files to a different directory if they were deleted on the server
I'd grown used to this for local backups with Carbon Copy Cloner on Mac OS X, which previously used an rsync variant called psync, but they went commercial, abandoned it, and lost that functionality. lol
Apr
6
asked Restrict Firefox to specific sites
Apr
3
comment Mount encrypted HFS in ubuntu
Interesting, thank you for your response.
Feb
21
answered Is there any functional-like unix shell?
Jan
15
comment How do I make Mac OS X applications use different SOCKS proxies?
I've never seen tsocks actually work on OS X.
Jan
14
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
28
answered How to restore Chrome's list of recently closed tabs
Nov
28
comment How to restore Chrome's list of recently closed tabs
No longer works.
Oct
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
30
asked Jitsi 2.5 does not receive IMs on Ubuntu?
Apr
14
comment What does the process 'Locum' do?
And you should always kill Locum whenever you kill Finder while doing anything privileged because it'll keep hogging resources for whatever Finder was doing.
Apr
21
awarded  Student
Apr
21
asked How do I make Mac OS X applications use different SOCKS proxies?
Apr
4
comment Set SOCKS proxy for Safari
SOCKS proxies are commonly used to provide different proxies for different processes. It's clearly a flaw in Mac OS X if you cannot easily do this.
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Nov
21
awarded  Teacher
Nov
21
answered Hide files in Linux without using the dot
Sep
10
answered Focus Follows Mouse or Sloppy Focus on Mac OS X