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Monthly Archives: May 2007
Good news – there’s a handy tool in OS X called wait4path which can help when writing timed scripts to backup to removable media. Bad news – it [at least in Tiger….] works slightly esoterically – if a path is … Continue reading
Official Google Mac Blog: Measuring performance of distributed notifications on the performance of Google Update: “Just how expensive is it? How many notifications can you broadcast per second? As with all Google client products, we want to be good citizens … Continue reading
Of course it happens to everyone, and yesterday evening it happened to me…my home directory became inaccessible. What seems to have happened is that the filevault image containing my ~ became corrupted upon unmounting (though notably, I didn’t do the … Continue reading