OS X V10.7 Lion :: Files In A Stack And, In The File's Directory?

May 1, 2012

When I have files in a stack and, in the file's directory, I hide the extension, stacks does not update the fact that the extension is now hidden unless I remove and re-add the stack.

Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Directory Indexes - Files/folders Have No Icons?

Feb 13, 2012

I have a macpro 1.1, with mac os x lion server 10.7.3. Everything works great. I created a virtualHost in my server app called myVirtualHost.mydomain.com and manualy enabled +Indexes on that virtualHost. When I access the myVirtualHost.mydomain.com gives me a nice list with all the content of the sites folder.my problem is that the list is very poor files/folders have no icons, I want little icons for the different types of content in site files/folders, just like in snow leo server.

Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), lion server

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Unlock Entire Directory Of Locked Files

Mar 21, 2012

I just got a new macbook pro, and when I popped my old secondary hard drive in, I notice that half of my mp3 files are now shown with a little lock next to them. I can manually un lock them one at a time, but I'm a professional DJ, and I have thousands of files. how to unlock an entire directory in one fell swoop? I didn't lock them to begin with, so this is aggravating. 

I cannot save bpm or cue points to files while they're locked. My serato scratch live software will also not save overviews while they're locked. 

MacBook Pro (17-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X :: Play MP3 From Stack Without Actually Opening File

Nov 17, 2010

When I'm in finder or on my desktop I'm able to hover above an MP3 and it brings up the option to play it without opening itunes or anything. However when I'm in the documents folder in the stack at the bottom next to the dock and I hover above an MP3 it doesn't give me that option. You have to actually click it to open it in itunes or another program to listen. Is there a setting for this? Is it possible to have it just play there the same way as if it was on the desktop or in a finder folder?

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Intel Mac :: Can't Seem To Create A New Stack That Allows The Documents To Actually Stack On Top Of One Another

May 12, 2012

now I can't seem to create a new stack that allows the documents to actually stack on top of one another how do I get back to that stack or maybe I should say how do I create another documents stack because right now I only have one stack which is the downloads stack

iMac, iOS 5.1.1

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Folder Navigation - How To Navigate Up The File Directory While Didn't Navigate Down

Mar 17, 2012

If i search a file in finder and then i want to see what folder and go to that folder how do you do that? In windows you can click the drop down button that shows the entire directory path but there doesnt seem to be any similar function in the finder window. You can click the back button to go back up the tree if you got there by navigating down but if you went directly to the file form a search there doesnt seem to be any way to go up the path.

MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: JAWBONE UPDATER ERROR: Failed To Inspect The Lock File '/Users/[user]' (error 2: No Such File Or Directory)"

Apr 9, 2012

startup banner.JAWBONE UPDATER ERROR: Failed to inspect the lock file '/Users/[user]' (error 2: No such file or directory)." Jawbone support writes, "get in touch with Apple Support, so they can help you unlock the file on your Mac. 

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Enable Download Stack

Apr 17, 2012

i dont know it is not showing as stacks nowadays. enable the download stack again in my mac lion.

i m using mbp 2011 late version. 

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Create A Stack Of Favourites

May 15, 2012

There are some files, approximately 10,  that I need frequent access to, but I want to keep the originals orginised deep in my document folder structure. 

Is there any way of creating a "favourites" stack in the dock to allow me to do this? 

I can drag one file to the dock to create an alias, but I cant drag any more files on top of this. 

Dual twin Intel Xenon 3GHz, 4Gb RAM, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X :: HFS File / Directory Recovery

Sep 7, 2009

I accidentally deleted all of the files on a friend's portable drive, when using terminal to try to delete a very large folder (the Trash Can was not working it was so large)--since the files/folders were very recently deleted I am looking into data recovery software to get the files back. The problem is that the HFS file system seems to be designed in such a way that once a folder/file is deleted, it is very difficult to recover it's name even if its data can be recovered, so most data recovery programs (such as FileSalvage) will recover only known file types and give them a a number (such as 0004.jpg). Does anyone know of any Mac/HFS recovery software that has found a way around this particular issue and can recover data with the folder structure/file names intact?

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OS X :: File / Directory Referencing On Mac

Mar 12, 2009

Im trying to set up NetJukebox on XAMMP and I need to paste in the file references to where my music is held on the HDD. Now, on a PC I would just be something D:/Music/ or something, with 'D' referncing the drive where the folder Music is held. The trouble Im having is doing this but with the 'Macintosh HD' drive, because I dont think that /User/*UserNameHere*/Music/ will work by itself. Is there a way I can include the drive name as well in that folder reference?

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OS X :: Print List Of Whole File Directory

Sep 6, 2006

I'm looking for an easy way to create a list of every file on a hard drive, and create a .pdf of it in OSX. It would be good to be able to omit some folders from this list as well.

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Intel Mac :: Print Out The File Directory?

Mar 23, 2012

Years ago, I could print out a list of files in a folder from the finder window. Is there now a workaround utility to do that? I don't want to use screen shots, as the directory is too long and would require several screen shots.

Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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IMac PPC :: Directory Won't Keep File Names

Jun 25, 2012

The directory seems to have to rebuild each session. I open a folder and have to wait 8 seconds for the file to build then I can see the contents. After that, the folder opens immediately and will operate without problems UNTIL I shutdown. After restart, the folder stalls again as it builds the directory once more. My machine has multiple drives so I have triple boot and the other drives work fine so it is the system, not the computer itself.

Info:Powermac G4 FW800 Dual 1.25, Mac OS X (10.4.9)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Adding More Than 10 Items To Recent Application Stack List?

Mar 26, 2012

I'd like to add more then 10 items to my recent application stack list - any terminal script that can implement this - ideally I'd like 20 items in the list. To avoid confusion the screenshot is the stack list I am referring to.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), My sidekick and $ maker =)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Change A User's Stack Memory Limit Setting?

May 1, 2012

Is there any way that the default stack memory limit for a user in Mac OS X Lion?  You can you ulimit in Terminal.app to display information, you cannot change any values. 

This is what is returned from ulimit when you try to change the stack memory size. 

user@MacbookPro:~$ ulimit -s 81920

-bash: ulimit: stack size: cannot modify limit: Operation not permitted 

Also, the default value is 8192KB which is approx. 8MB.  That is weak, especially on my 2011 iMac with 16GB of RAM.  I mainly do scientific programming on my Mac (Fortran).  These programs usually require a larger stack size.  One option is to allocate data to the heap but that is very slow. 

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OS X :: How To Dump A Volume Directory Into A Text File

Jan 3, 2011

I have several old internal hdds that I have collected over the past 4 years and I would like to be able to see what is on them without actually attaching them to my Mac Pro. Is there a way to generate a text file (better yet, a Finder like graphical representation of the file structure) that would list the directories and files contained on a volume that is normally offline?

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OS X :: Defining Script Command To Output MP3 File In Directory

Sep 26, 2010

I have installed ffmpeg using MacPorts and am trying to work out a script that will convert audio files in a specified folder to mp3 files, outputting the converted files as mp3 files in another folder. So far the script looks like this:

code:set convertPath to "Macintosh HD:opt:local:bin:ffmpeg"
set convertCommand to quoted form of POSIX path of convertPath & " -i {infile} -f mp3 -ar 44100 -ab 128 -acodec mp3 - "
tell application "Finder"
set inPath to "Macintosh HD:Users:nick:Desktop:new:"
set outPath to "Macintosh HD:Users:nick:Desktop:new2:"
set myFiles to (files of entire contents of inPath whose name ends with ".m4a") as alias list
repeat with i from 1 to count of myFiles
do shell script convertCommand
end repeat
end tell

With this script I am getting the error : "Can't make every file of "class ects" of "Macintosh HD: Users:nick:Desktop:new:" whose name ends with ".m4a" into type alias list." I am not sure how to define the do shell script command so that it outputs an MP3 file in the output directory.

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IMac :: Finding Directory Access For File Sharing?

Mar 31, 2009

I am trying to connect my pc and mac for file sharing. Several websites I saw are telling me to goto Directory Access. They say its under (Applications > Utilities > Directory Access). I dont see it on my mac. All I see is Directory and Directory Utility thats it. I have the most up to date mac 10.5.6.

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OS X Technologies :: Does The Exclusion Of A File Or Directory Remove Any Existing

Mar 15, 2012

Does the exclusion of a file or directory remove any existing, already backed up versions of that file or directory from TimeMachine? I have a large file I don't want backed up every time I connect to my backup drive.  It's 50GB+. I rarely touch the file, and when I do, I don't use it for anything that needs to be saved, it is a historical only version of my Parallels from an older Microsoft OS.  I occasionally need to open it to just look at something, but never 'do' anything with it. 

I want to exclude it, but don't want any older version of the file to be removed from backup. Does anyone know if exclusions are retroactive into the TimeMachine database?  Given this is 50GB+, trying it to find out is a quite slow process. 

MBP, Mac OS X (10.4.8)

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MacBook :: Password Reset - No Setup File / Directory Found

Apr 10, 2010

Working on a friends computer he bought his wife for christmas. He has nothing on it, but the original OS. I don't have my disk with me and need to reset his password. I have watched several videos, but the part that gets me caught up is the

1. mount -uw/ (this part works)
2. rm/var/db.AppleSetupDone (this does not work) message says No such file or directory found.
He is running 10.6.

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Software :: Error - No Such File Or Directory While Running Ruby Scripts

Jun 4, 2009

I am currently facing the error : ruby: No such file or directory, when trying to run ruby scripts. when i type "which ruby" t returns: /usr/bin/ruby Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I've googled around for about an hour and have found nothing.

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OS X :: Can ACLs On A Directory Prevent Guest Account From Access Via A File Share

Jan 27, 2010

I have given up on getting home sharing to work properly amongst all my various computers at home on 10.5 and thought I would use an old style brute force method of simply setting up a file share to share my iTunes library. I set up file sharing to use the Guest account and it works fine for all of my other content. I have tried to create shares of the following directories and can only connect as a registered user (Guest user cannot even see these shares):



I have gone into the terminal and looked at the ACLs on the Music directory (e.g ls -alte) and I can't see anything that would block access, but I am not an expert with this type of ACL. The ACL on the Music directory is this:

0: group:com.apple.sharepoint.group.2 allow search

1: group:everyone deny delete

I have an ACL called 0: group:everyone deny delete on one of my other shares that works fine so this can't be the culprit (more importantly the ACL looks like it is just preventing users from deleting anything).

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OS X Technologies :: Ftp Upload Via Terminal - 553 Rename/move Failure: No Such File Or Directory

Apr 24, 2012

Cannot seem to upload to a ftp server (permissions are correct on the home folder of the user!)But I get this result:

ftp> put /Users/[userfolder]/Documents/untitled.rtf
local: /Users/[userfolder]/Documents/untitled.rtf remote: /Users/[userfolder]/Documents/untitled.rtf
227 Entering Passive Mode (99,254,236,63,209,169)
553-Can't open that file: No such file or directory
553 Rename/move failure: No such file or directory  

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Intel Mac :: Make Spotlight Show The Directory Location Of A Found File?

May 22, 2012

How can I make spotlight show the directory location of a found file? 

Previous Mac search engines would show the directory location of a found file.  This feature seems to be missing from spotlight in Lion.  Am I using it correctly?

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Can't Modify Game File To Install Crack In Its Installation Directory On Mac

Jun 17, 2012

I can't figure out how to move a crack into a game installation folder. It keeps saying I cannot moddify the folder.

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Applications :: Creating 200 MB RAR Files Out Of Directory

Dec 20, 2008

I'm trying create 200 MB rar files out of a 700 + MB directory. When I check "split archive" and select "user defined" under the volume size dropdown and click create rar, it creates 500+ rar archives! Nowhere does it ask me how big I want the volume size for "user defined". Does anyone know how to use this app? I mean, I know how to alternatively archive into 200 mb parts (zip them, split & concat the zip file) but that requires the user to unarchive twice.

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OS X :: Duplicate Directory Files Showing Up In Zip

Jul 30, 2009

I'm trying to release a WordPress theme on my site which I've developed on the Mac. When I sent it to my friend with a PC, he unzipped it and noticed it generated empty files based on the names of the subdirectories (see attached image). Also when you first open the .zip, there's an empty folder called __MACOSX. How to keep the whole package a little more clean?

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Applications :: Word Files Will Not Open From Directory?

May 3, 2008

Mac Word 2004 for teachers/students was working smoothly for me until the last month. It seemed as though the problem started when I tried to open (by mistake) an excel doc in Word - or vice versa. Now, Word will not let me open a file from the directory. (It will let me select the recently opened docs on the drop-down menu.) When I click "File" and "Open", the screen freezes and eventually pulls up a white screen with lines on it - looks like a writing tablet, which is the edition's logo - and it says "Open" on top.

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Hidden Files Showing Up In The Top Directory

May 12, 2012

I've just acquired a late-2005 G4 iBook with Leopard 10.5.8 installed. All seems to be well except for an oddity with the listing in the top, home directory. I would normally expect to just see folders for Applications, Library, System and Users but, for some reason, folders normally hidden such as bin, cores, etc (alias), private, sbin, tmp (alias), usr, var (alias) and Volumes are also shown. "dot" names remain invisible unless intentionally made visible.

iBook, Mac OS X (10.5.8), iBook G4 12" (mid-2005)

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