Problem with $DISPLAY

René J.V. Bertin rjvbertin at
Fri Oct 17 12:34:07 PDT 2014

On Saturday October 18 2014 05:40:17 Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Oct 2014, René J.V. Bertin wrote:

> If there is then this Macoid would dearly love to know how.  Coming from a 
> 40-year Unix background I was horrified when I discovered that the 

I don't know of a free solution, but iPartition from Coriolis Systems does this. It's among the few utility software I actually bought a license of (among with their iDefrag and Disk Warrior) and my go-to tool when I want to be sure a new disk is partitioned as closely as possible to how *I* want it.

Also see

> Case-sensitivity is the only way to go; this is POSIX, not MS-DOS.

Contract Apple and POSIX and you get APPOSIX -> APOSIX ... something NOT Posix :-/

The worst part is that the fs could have been properly case-sensitive, but filename matching done with our with respecting case on an application-to-application basis (via a switch in the InfoDict).


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