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Forum: OS X (Apple) 12-15-2009
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Dear Bubnoff, I would highly recommend...
Dear Bubnoff,

I would highly recommend giving the user an inexpensive 500 GB or TB external firewire drive with an FW800/400 interface and have him transfer his data the old fashioned way - at...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 11-26-2009
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Posted By macnetdaemon
In the event you do not know this I will briefly...
In the event you do not know this I will briefly outline the process. To setup multiple home folders in the recommended fashion you need to:

1) Setup DNS with forward and reverse lookups for you...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 11-26-2009
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Posted By macnetdaemon
Boot camp info can be found on apple's website in...
Boot camp info can be found on apple's website in the support area. You can google it or go to apples website and type slash "/" support slash bootcamp. There is installation and download...
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Merci Frans! That is much easier than what...
Merci Frans!

That is much easier than what I was trying and works beautifully.

Happy Thanksgiving :)
Nous avon 'French Fries' avec la turkey aujourd hui....
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Frans, It works. I got the result as a...
Frans,

It works. I got the result as a single string that I can now parse through and insert into an array.

Many thanks
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Assign dscl output to variable as an array
Greetings folks,

I am trying to assign the output of a dscl command (contains name<spaces>id) to a variable as an array. Currently I am piping the output into a tmp file, then reading the tmp...
31,488
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thank you folks
All set - works perfect.

thanks!
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assign awk output to bash variable
greetings all,

I am have a heck of a time trying to accomplish a very simple thing. I have an array of "shortname<spaces>id" created from a dscl output. I want to assign shortname=word1 and...
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