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Old 09-06-2005, 01:57 PM
zhangtrinity zhangtrinity is offline
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Strange Alias Files appears after the restoring.

I post the same thread last week about the alias files apears after the restoring. Here it occoured again.

Basicly, in my PowerBook G4 12', I have a clear installing of the os. Then I have two partition A , and B. Later on I used SuperDuper to Clone A to B as a Image file ( I created a Image file with DiskUtilities First). Finally I restore the image to Partition A , then the infamous Alias files occured. There are three of them, called ( etc, tmp, var). Each of the files have been marked with a Alias Icon.

Last week, Dave told me the best way is to hide them with the Terminal Commands, so here I showed the whole detail, pleast anybody tell me how to hide them or figure out a solution. Thanks in advance.
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