The virtual machine must be shut down before you use this command, and disk images must not be edited concurrently. Use the --ro read-only option to use guestfish safely if the disk image or virtual machine might be live. You may see strange or inconsistent results if running concurrently with other changes, but with this option you won't risk disk corruption. It uses libguestfs and exposes all of the functionality of the guestfs API, see guestfs 3.
Useful to find out what happened to get you into this mess. Useful to find out which procedure to use to start system daemons.
If you delete this file, the Setup Assistant will run on the next reboot, allowing you to create a new local admin account, re-setup networking, etc.
Moving or renaming this directory will force the OS to build a default set of network settings on the next reboot i. If your network settings get hosed to the point where the computer won't boot, this is the easy way out.
When in doubt, look both places.
Note that if you've made any significant changes or started any daemons, run SystemStarteror anything like thatit's safer to reboot instead. In single-user mode, the shell behaves a little differently than normal more so under earlier versions of OS X.
For one thing, the default shell may be different zsh under Also, the keyboard may not be fully configured in single-user modeso the arrow keys don't work for command line editing or in text editors, either ; but you can use control characters i.Batch_Admin I present a script to automatically elevate the Administrator for use in any type of Batch own script, or BAT benjaminpohle.com or any program EXE or any internal system command.
A very useful function which is missing from the Windows library of command line tools is the ability to replace text in plain text files. A function like this can be used for a variety of practical tasks which many system admin’s perform, such as.
The bsub command must read the job script from standard input to set the execution shell. If you do not specify a shell in the script, the script is run using /bin/sh.
If the first line of the script starts with a # not immediately followed by an exclamation mark (! An A-Z Index of the Windows CMD command line. Benjamin Armstrong posted an excellent article about self-elevating PowerShell benjaminpohle.com a few minor issue with his code; a modified version based on fixes suggested in the comment is below.
Basically it gets the identity associated with the current process, checks whether it is an administrator, and if it isn't, creates a new PowerShell process with administrator privileges and terminates. Nevermind.
I have finally got it to work. One last question, I need to create a script to read a benjaminpohle.com file that contains list of servers and run the install, and start the service.