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Close iTunes (or other apps) after a timeout period
Authored by: scelis on Apr 02, '09 08:20:05AM

Try it. Redirecting some output to 'null' will just create a file called null and write the output there. /dev/null is a special file (also called the null device) which simply discards all data written to it.

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