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bio website maclemon.at
location Vienna, Austria
age 40
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Jul 5 at 1:31

Mac and iOS developer, Mac OS X Server Sysadmin, Privacy and anonymity advocate, tor relay operator, avid member of Metalab (awesome hackspace in my Vienna.)

Organizer of CryptoParty Wien and Cocoaheads Wien


Jun
22
awarded  Supporter
Jun
17
comment bash script [ x$1 = x ]
The OP was referring to bash, not sh. :-)
Jun
12
comment bash script [ x$1 = x ]
Yeah, you should not do it like this anymore and adopt a more modern style. Unless You're working on a PDP11.
Jul
17
comment mlbackup / rsync / hard links data size
You can run it like any other command by calling it's full path. /usr/local/maclemon/bin/rsync. If you like you can just make an alias for it, for example by putting this line into your shell initialization. alias mlrsync="/usr/local/maclemon/bin/rsync".
Jul
16
answered mlbackup / rsync / hard links data size
Apr
28
awarded  Teacher
Apr
28
answered Syncing directories in both directions with rsync
Nov
18
awarded  Autobiographer