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10.3: Use the .mac iDisk to store common application data
Authored by: inik on Dec 16, '03 04:50:14PM

Same trick works great for BSD-end configuration files (I have my .gnupg folder linked to the iDisk, as well as my login files .tcshrc, etc...), and by putting your iDisk sync copy in your paths variables, you can have shell scripts and applications available and sync'd over multiple computers!

I'd love to move my whole ~/ folder to the iDisk, but I don't think I can afford the price of a ten gigabyte iDisk!

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