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comment What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
Cool. Eg: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/Current/Resource‌​s/airport -I Shows you detailed information on signal quality, noise, security, and other WiFi network attributes.
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answered What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
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comment What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
thx, chopper3. maybe it was voted down for being mac related. i can understand not wanting to see a lot of apple stuff, but really just add /ignore "mac" to your tags, and it's sorted
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answered What are the most useful “defaults”?
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answered What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
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answered What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
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answered What are useful Command-line Commands on Mac OS X?
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revised Your favorite website/forum for Mac OS X Server?
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answered Is it possible to run Windows Server on Apple Xserve hardware?
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accepted What is the Bash command to create a hardlink to a directory in OS X?
May
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answered Troubleshooting the dreaded 0x9C BSOD
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comment Alternatives to Active Directory
"It's not the easiest to get up and running" So long as you correctly configure forward and reverse DNS for your server, it's actually a walk in the park.
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comment Clone boot drive within Windows
Doesn't Acronis use some weird proprietary format for images? If so, you're better off using something that can save an ISO.
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comment Useful Command-line Commands on Windows
If you find this stuff interesting, take a look at commandlinefu: commandlinefu.com It's basically like digg for CLI
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answered What good system administrator podcasts are out there?
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answered Easy way to rename all files in a directory in Windows
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comment How do I view .csv files in quicklook
No problem. Btw, I also tried experimenting with "Default Apps" (it's a freeware System Preference Pane for changing which types of files are opened by which types of apps) - but no luck there either.
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