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I fixed the issue by simply adding the --alldrivers when installing refind. Yosemite dual boot works now like before. Fast, and everything is reconized in the refind boot menu. install.sh --alldrivers


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You can install ImageMagick and use the identify tool with -verbose, for example: for f in *.jpg *.jpeg *.JPG *.JPEG *.mp4 *.MP4; do echo $f identify -verbose "$f"|grep exif:DateTime echo done Kepler22b-artwork.jpg Kepler-62f_with_62e_as_Morning_Star.jpg exif:DateTime: 2013:04:08 10:45:44 logo.jpg P1050030.JPG exif:DateTime: 2013:11:01 ...


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As in the first answer you have run various commands with the elevated command, sudo, in your personal space. Now you have directories in your personal space that are owned, not by you, but by root. If you type cd with no parameters you'll be taken to the bottom of your personal space (where it starts) and be able to see it with the pwd command. On many ...


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You can also call perl from bash. The -n arg makes it loop for each line. -e means the script is one line. cat in.txt | perl -ne 's{.*(.*\().*? (.*) -.*(:.*?)\s\s+.*(\[.*)}{$1$2$3 : $4};'


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Use asterisks... E.g.: /Users/frank/Library/Application*Support/Google/Drive/*.log I use newsyslog to clean my Navicat Lite logs in the library/application support folder like so: # logfilename [owner:group] mode count size when flags [/pid_file] [sig_num] ...



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