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comment How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
@Chealion That is what I was trying (I have been on Stack Overflow for a couple months now), but it wasn't working. I just tried it again and it worked. Odd.
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accepted How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
May
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comment How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
well, git filter-branch --env-filter 'export GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="foo@example.com";GIT_AUTHOR_NAME="Foo"' is a lot simpler, thanks. This would be the accepted answer if I could change it (it looks like there is a bug with Server Fault).
May
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answered How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
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accepted How do I fix the metainformation on the first commit in git?
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asked How do I fix the metainformation on the first commit in git?
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May
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answered How to control access permission with git
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asked How do I edit git's history to correct an incorrect email address/name
May
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comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
Set Service Order does not list the VMWare interfaces. I tried moving the wireless device to the top of the list, but that had no effect.
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comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
I don't have any entries for 224.0.0.0
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comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
This is purely a case of OS X deciding to use the wrong network.
May
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comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
No virtual machines are currently running.
May
22
comment How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
This question isn't about a getting a virtual machine to use a given interface, it is about getting OS X to use a given network for mdns. mdns returns my address on the 192.168.132.0/24 rather than on the 192.168.10.0/24 network when I am on wireless.
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revised How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
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asked How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?
May
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comment What could cause my OS X machine's mdns ip address to be wrong?
No, I need them. I use host-only, nat, and bridged VMs. The real solution will be to find out how to tell bonjour to use a given network for mdns.
May
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comment What could cause my OS X machine's mdns ip address to be wrong?
Spoke too soon, after a few minutes it switched back to the VMWare ip address.