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Old 05-17-2012, 08:29 PM   #225
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Originally Posted by Admesser View Post
SO, without reading through all 15 pages, would a person using a Mac who has absolutely ZERO Linux experience be able to do the procedure described in this thread?

I would very much like to have a functioning screensaver/working power button again.
First (title) post of the thread is an index to the subject.
You should not need to read all 15 pages.

You have a Mac, well BSD (a.k.a: Mac) command line experience is pretty much the same as Linux command line experience.
Of course, that statement is only true in general, but probably close enough that you will be able to follow the directions - we are not building OpenOffice here.
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