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|# https://lucene.apache.org/solr/guide/7_5/making-and-restoring-backups.html explains that|
|# SolrCloud Backup/Restore requires a shared file system mounted at the same path on all nodes.|
|# This script uses the old Solr Backup/Restore procedure, which is useful if you don't have|
|# access to a shared disk.|
|# Requires that the target collection is already set up, with identical number of shards/replicas.|
|# Make this file executable with `chmod +x run-script-in-background.command`, and add it to|
|# System Preferences --> Users and Groups --> Startup Items. It needs to have the `.command` suffix.|
|tmux new-session -d -s ostepop \; send -t ostepop.0 "echo Let\'s do this\!; echo More stuff." ENTER|
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You can usually lock the screen by hitting ctrl-shift-power, but that will power down external monitors, which might take several boring seconds to start up again. Also, a MacBook with a TouchBar doesn't have the power button anymore. With the following guide you can lock the screen by starting the screensaver, keeping the monitors running.
Set System Preferences » Security & Privacy » General »
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I have a TV and a projector connected to my Mac Mini media center, and can choose either screen by using these scripts.
The scripts overwrite
advancedsettings.xml in XBMC's
userdata folder. I got the required data by configuring XBMC for each target screen, and diffing the resulting
guisettings.xml files afterwards.
My Samsung 1080p LED TV needs a -250 ms audio delay, and is the main display. It's hooked up to the Mini DisplayPort output.