[OS X TeX] Re: Fwd: [Ii2-announce] TeXLive i-Package updated
javier_elizondo69 at yahoo.com
Sun May 20 09:28:27 EDT 2007
I updated the files with the i-instaler the other day
and I did not have any trouble. I have a pro intel.
--- Roussanka Loukanova <rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se>
> Thanks a lot: your explanation is a good
> clarification to me about
> Spotlight (which I have no habit of using). So, wrt
> suggestion: I do not have /usr/loca/... in
> Spotlight's indexing. I
> have no explanation for the i-Installer crash the
> other night.
> On Sat, 19 May 2007, Bill Rowe wrote:
> > On 5/19/07 at 1:11 PM, rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se
> > Loukanova) wrote:
> >> I myself have never set (consciously) anything
> for Spotlight. Where
> >> may I look for Spotlight indexing enable/disable?
> > The best way I know of to disable Spotlight is to
> use mdutil from the
> > Terminal. Doing man mdutil will give you details
> of how o do this.
> >> I've looked in the System Preferences >
> Spotlight. I see all 14
> >> preset by some Apple folks categories for Search
> Results. No
> >> usr/local.. appears there.
> > There are two aspects to the preference pane for
> Spotlight. The first is a
> > list of 14 preset file categories. Unchecking a
> category will cause Spotlight
> > not to index files of in that category but will
> not disable Spotlight in
> > general.
> > The second tab labeled Private presents a window
> where directories can be
> > entered. Any directory in this list will not be
> indexed by Spotlight. I
> > suppose instead of using mdutil, you could
> navigate to the top level
> > directory of your drive and prevent Spotlight from
> indexing anything on that
> > drive.
> > Note, Spotlight is enabled by default. So, unless
> you have taken specific
> > actions Spotlight will be enabled on your machine.
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