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  1. Hi there, I have an older Macbook Pro which I'm trying to use as a Desktop Machine for the occasional work-at-home machine. I was using Resilio Sync to sync my projects between my main laptop and every time there's a problem with the sync, it seems to delete random files and folders. So anyone using Resilio Sync, think again. I would have used rsync but if I recall correctly, I couldn't the get the command to work with my other laptop (rsync wouldn't accept my destination path). I also have some files I sync between the main laptop and my Windows box, so that was another reason why I opted for Resilio Sync at the time. So after spending a few hours recovering my files today, I've decided enough is enough (3rd time it's failed) and am looking for a new way to sync files between 2 OSX Laptops and a Windows box. Anyone have a foolproof, stress-free solution that they use? Thanks!
  2. Hello folks, a slightly embarrassing entry on this forum with a failed setup on Xampp - perhaps someone can point me in the right direction? I downloaded and installed Xampp for OS X and this seems to run fine - when I go to http://localhost the Xampp page loads nicely. I then went to the Bitnami Xampp page and downloaded the PW Module for OS X. I walk through the install and leave the path to the default /Applications/XAMPP, enter my OS X admin pass, it then says it will restart the installer, enter admin pass again, leave the path as default and when I click on next it simply does nothing, I can still change the path or cancel the install and that's it. Any clues as to what I'm doing wrong? Many thanks! Konrad
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