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flip.osx file
Authored by: 5chm31din6 on Oct 21, '03 11:08:31AM

So, what do I do with the downloaded flip.osx file?

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getting flip.osx file to work
Authored by: Bemopolis on Oct 21, '03 11:43:11AM

I'll assume a little Unix and CLI knowledge -- if not, this may not be a very useful command for you.

1. Download the file with a Command-click (to make sure binary will work properly).
2. Start a terminal and move the file to the directory where you keep any other Unix commands. You can also drop the '.osx' and
rename it if you wish.
3. Change permissions to allow users to execute flip.osx ('chmod 555 flip.osx' should do it).
4. Type 'rehash' and try it out with the '-t' option. If it doesn't work, double check your permissions and whatnot.

Bemopolis



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getting flip.osx file to work
Authored by: 5chm31din6 on Oct 21, '03 01:25:06PM

Maximus gratis!

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