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Mac OS X is an operating system from Apple Inc. It was the successor to Mac OS 9 and here the 'X' means 10. Mac OS X is based upon the NeXTSTEP and OpenStep OSes developed in the 1980s and 1990s by NeXT Inc., which Apple purchased in 1996.

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Use the dscl command. This example would create the user "luser", like so: dscl . -create /Users/luser dscl . -create /Users/luser UserShell /bin/bash dscl . -create /Users/luser RealName "Lucius Q. …
answered Jun 5 '09 by palmer
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I don't know of a free way to do it, but I believe Prosoft Drive Genius will do what you're needing here: http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php You mount the sparsebundle, defrag it us …
answered May 29 '09 by palmer
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I used Fink for quite a while. One day, I tried out MacPorts, and never switched back to fink. I found (subjectively) that the packages in MacPorts were kept more up to date, and had fewer tendenc …
answered May 27 '09 by palmer
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You're going to have to set it on a shell-by-shell basis; Bash and csh-like shells do not share the same configuration files and syntax for adjusting the PATH. Trying to do this in launchctl will not …
answered Jun 1 '09 by palmer