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iPhoto? iTunes?
Authored by: ret on Feb 06, '10 06:14:53PM

Another approach (there's an apple technical note to this effect, btw) is to create a sparse disk image without permissions, and add it to the each user's startup items. Move the iPhoto library to this virtual disk, and you've got effectively the same result, but with your internal drive being used.

This seems to work quite well for me.

perl -e 'require; srand; printf STDOUT "%s\n", $Signature[rand @Signature];'

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