I have been having a hard time finding good suggestions on how to access and edit hard drives that are in NTFS format on my Mac. The main reason I wanted to be able to do this was so that I could edit my Windows 7 drive when booted in my Mac partition. I have been looking for something for quite awhile with now avail, but then yesterday I finally came across something that answered my prayers.
What I'm talking about is some little code that was made by a Google engineer that made some changes to the driver for NTFS file format in your Mac OS X. All that you really need to do is install it and restart your computer and just like that you are able to edit NTFS drives in OS X. It is called NTFS 3G.
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This tells the system that you no longer wish to have Dashboard available. However, the Dashboard task is actually “owned” by the Dock, so to make your changes take effect, you need to restart the Dock. The easiest way to do that is to type this command into the Terminal (and press Return when done): killall Dock
After the Dock restarts, hit F12 and you’ll see…nothing at all. If you run Activity Monitor, you also won’t find any Dashboard widgets in the list of tasks, even if you had several open when you ran the above command. Dashboard has been eliminated from your system, and won’t return until you tell it to do so. You can do just that by opening Terminal again, and typing this command:
defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean NO
Once again, you’ll have to use the
command to make the changes take effect. Once you do, though, you’ll find that Dashboard is back as usual—and any widgets you had opened on the Dashboard will still be open.