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comment How can I sort du -h output by size
i think if it is a very big number, then the unit is gone and the number displayed is small... try 23423423432423
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comment How to encrypt a small folder and copy that to Google Drive or DropBox?
oh by the way... ccencrypt is not on Mac OS X... sorry at first I thought ccencrypt is standard on UNIX
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comment How to encrypt a small folder and copy that to Google Drive or DropBox?
I saw a blog about OpenSSL, is it better / worse?
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comment How to encrypt a small folder and copy that to Google Drive or DropBox?
so either zip or tar... or make it a .rar?
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comment How to encrypt a small folder and copy that to Google Drive or DropBox?
I thought you can just copy the file to the Google Drive or DropBox folder and it will be uploaded automatically (on Mac or PC)
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comment Why does “cp -Rp ~/foo /Volumes/KINGSTON” give “cp: chflags: /Volumes/KINGSTON/Proj/Proj/Color.h: Invalid argument”
So after I formatted it to Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive), the error went away... If it is formatted to ExFAT, the error will still be there
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comment Why does “cp -Rp ~/foo /Volumes/KINGSTON” give “cp: chflags: /Volumes/KINGSTON/Proj/Proj/Color.h: Invalid argument”
good guess... in fact it happens on the external hard drive using FAT32 as well...
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