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I can't give you a full answer, but I can at least give you an explanation of what's going on. OS X Server includes a number of web-based applications (webcal, wikis, profile manager, etc) in addition to the basic "Websites" service. It activates apache if any of the web-based services are running. So why is VPN a web-based app, you ask? Well, it isn't, but ...


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I changed main.cf to bind to 127.0.0.1 instead of localhost inet_interfaces = 127.0.0.1 Restarted postfix $ sudo launchctl stop org.postfix.master $ sudo launchctl start org.postfix.master


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No, there's no way to do that. Without having access to the other mac you cannot place your key in order to log in. You would have to have prior knowledge of the password otherwise.


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Based on Brian Armstrong's answer, here's something with a little more explanation and a correction. This handles the log created by postgres on OSX installed by Homebrew. Located at /etc/newsyslog.d/postgresql.conf: # logfilename [owner:group] mode count size(KB) when flags [/pid_file] [sig_num] ...


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Use --exclude-from. The exclusion file will have all patterns on a new line, and you can forget about quotes, escaping and space problems. I have a similar script to yours, and this is what I did. Note that with this solution, I am generating the exclusion file in my script, therefore I still have to make sure quotes are right. If you can have a static ...


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This cursor image is meant to evoke the bullets seen when entering passwords in OS X, but it is not an actual character. It's a cursor variant that indicates that you’re at a password (or similar) prompt and that your input will not be echoed. Specifically, it means that the tty is currently in canonical (line-buffered) mode and echo is off. Perhaps more ...


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The solution for me was to create entirely new ZFS datasets setup with Windows permissions. I then moved over all the data from our old NAS system, deleted the old dataset and renamed my temporary dataset, resolving the issue - albeit a long winded way!


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The website bindings are dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com so why are you pointing your browser to my-machine-name.dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com? That's going to take you to the default website. You need to point your browser to dev-us.localhost.mycompany.com and you need a name resolution mechanism (DNS) to resolve that name to the ip address of the web ...


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how can I check the maximum permitted length of a path of a Unix domain socket, on a Linux On Linux, this length is usually defined as 108. It is defined by the UNIX_PATH_MAX variable in the /usr/include/linux/un.h header file : cat /usr/include/linux/un.h | grep "define UNIX_PATH_MAX" #define UNIX_PATH_MAX 108 You could find further info here ...



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