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Old 03-06-2009, 01:32 PM
luomat luomat is offline
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bash script to mount/unmount your SuperDuper drive

I mentioned on the Twitter that I had written this little script and was a little proud of it and @dnanian suggested I post about it here

Well, it was easier to post (with pictures, etc) to my website

http://tntluoma.com/shell-scripts/su...mount-unmount/

if that doesn't work (line breaks), try

http://tntluoma.com/?p=1307

I hope you find it useful.

WHAT DOES IT DO?

It will automatically mount and unmount the drive you use for SuperDuper. All you have to do is fill in your drive name, and a few other simple things.

If you are totally unfamiliar with the commandline (Terminal.app) this may not be for you. I can't promise to help everyone get it working, but provide it here for others who can use it.

ps - I'm http://twitter.com/luomat on Twitter if you'd like to connect there
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