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Old 05-06-2009, 09:06 PM
Beej Beej is offline
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SuperDuper and Shell Scripting

Is there a command I can put in a shell script that will tell SuperDuper to 'run now'?

Reason: I'm trying to script some maintenance that will run SuperDuper, restart off the SuperDuper drive, check that everything is OK and restart off the original drive. I would like to do this because part of my normal procedure is to check that the SuperDuper drive is actually bootable and will load to the Desktop.
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