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Category Archives: sysadmin
AppleScript isn’t something I write much about, in fact this is the first post I’ve ever created on the topic. But AppleScript, like the Services menu and Automator, provides that most useful of usability enhancements: the ability to use multiple … Continue reading
via Nigel Kersten, a great description of the operation of Leopard’s built-in local KDC. I think the most exciting thing about the local KDC is the Bonjour support; could we see simple cross-system trust in the near future? Could there … Continue reading
When looking through some of the configuration options on my laptop (well, it’s either that or go to the pub and socialise with humans) I came across something I couldn’t account — pardon the pun — for. A new user … Continue reading
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