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comment How do I move files from a disk image using Terminal.
Isn't a disk image a read-only file system? Why are you trying to move content out of it? Try copying instead.
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revised Installation Step Failed (installing the system) - Kali Linux
Fixing links
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comment Installation Step Failed (installing the system) - Kali Linux
"Jun 10 16:20:13 main-menu[714]: (process:8928): tar: write error: No space left on device" Is the disk image you provided for the VM big enough?
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revised Using brew: curl version error, “Incompatible library version” for libcurl.4.dylib
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comment Installing Linux with USB on Mac
Step 3 says "Note: OS X tends to put the .dmg ending on the output file automatically.", so if you wrote target.img then the extra suffix looks like expected behaviour.
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revised Is it OK to use “.” to run files instead of source - in .bashrc in Ubuntu and OS X?
Adding osx tag as it prominent in the question
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Sep
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comment How can I create a local function in my bashrc?
This won't work if do_stuff is used inside another function. When you call that function, you will get bash: do_stuff: command not found. I know this isn't the exact case the op was talking about but it's worth pointing out.
Sep
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comment Restricting access to just CVS and Git commands
@Gilles Actually, I have been reading "Git on the Server - Setting Up the Server" and it is suggesting using a single user (called git) for all users. So my concerns about using a single account are still there.
Sep
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comment Restricting access to just CVS and Git commands
Oh, I guess I misunderstood then. Two accounts for each person would be very annoying for everyone involved. I guess I also don't understand what is meant by "You typically see things like git@gitserver.com as the frontend user when interacting with the repo." I interpreted that line as one account used by all.
Sep
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comment Restricting access to just CVS and Git commands
cvs uses OS user names to identify committers and so I would never have thought of using a single account for git. It's an interesting idea. Is that seen as good practise? The idea of using a single account for multiple people makes me wary.
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comment Installing Epel repository on CentOS fails
Related: stackoverflow.com/questions/25642071/… This looks to be a temporary breakage of the epel repository.