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  1. 10 years ago by carlosescri
    1. defaults write com.apple.desktopservices DSDontWriteNetworkStores true
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  2. 10 years ago by carlosescri
    1. defaults write com.apple.itunes show-store-arrow-links -bool FALSE
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  3. 11 years ago by skanx
    sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
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  5. 11 years ago by albix
    1. #Utilisation de la commande lipo :
    2. $ lipo -info input_file                                                      #Liste les architectures présentes dans un exécutable
    3. $ lipo input_file -remove arch -output output_file
    4.  
    5. #Exemple :
    6. $ cd /Application/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS
    7. $ sudo lipo firefox-bin -remove ppc -output firefox-bin
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  6. 11 years ago by skanx
    Apple Mail keeps a lot of junk in a SQLite database named Envelope Index. Since it's a database, it tends to grow with time, and deleted records are not handled very efficiently. You might want to clean it a bit from time to time, and Mail might even seem a little faster after that.
    
    1. Quit Mail
    
    2. Launch a terminal, and type this command :
    
    sqlite3 ~/Library/Mail/Envelope\ Index vacuum
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