I am interested in knowing if anyone out there has been using the BSD UNIX that underlies
MacOS X. Is this an "industrial strength" version of UNIX? Can I run X-Windows on such
a machine? How about TeXing, pythoning, PERLing or using other useful UNIX goodies
near and dear to my shrunken heart? I would be interested in your insights out there,
why，just beacuse that its the bottom layer uses a small amount of bsd code? In my opinion, macos and Unix are completely different. The directories are long directory structures. For example, /application, /system, /user, /volumes, etc. are completely different from the traditional /bin/ /sbin... (5 Replies)
I am searching for a native tool on MacOS that can increase the resolution of a group of image files whose aspect ratios (file width versus height) vary widely. There are numerous files so I don't wish to do this manually. Someone suggested the sips command with the resampling option but... (5 Replies)
I use awk quite a bit for data wrangling ... today I find weird behavior that I cannot wrap my head around.
if I execute the following command (simplified to illustrate the behavior ... nothing to do with the real command)
bash-3.2$ awk... (3 Replies)
1) How can I stop Vuze from reporting the following error: "Too many open files" ?
2) What directory do I need to be in to effectively utilize this command:
sudo bash -c 'ulimit -n 8192; sudo -u username ./azureus' ?
3) Is this the maximum number of files that I can allot to Vuze on OS X... (1 Reply)