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Old 02-11-2011, 10:07 AM   #16
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Why would it be any different, Mac OS X is a unix OS... you have full terminal access and tools, even checking for help uses standard commands for manuals etc, it's just that you don't normally need to sink to the bottom level to do things, they're all taken care of at a higher, more user friendly, level...


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Bookworm_Girl: It's interesting that with the Mac OS the reader appears as a drive icon entitled "READER", as that's how it is with Linux too.
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