wats wrong with this unix command?

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  1. BigDaveyJ

    BigDaveyJ New Member

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    mv /Applications/BossPrefs.app/scripts/3/main.js /Applications/Scrabble.app/

    /reboot


    That is the code i am using for a boss pref add on. it doesnt work.

    i need to know why it didnt move the file. can someone help me?
  2. hockeypanda32

    hockeypanda32 Well-Known Member

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    Will this be Jiggy or C?
  3. BigDaveyJ

    BigDaveyJ New Member

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    its a boss prefs addon so im gonna say its C
  4. micaheljcaboose

    micaheljcaboose Well-Known Member

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    Try this:
    Code:
    mv /Applications/BossPrefs.app/scripts/3/main.js /Applications/Scrabble.app
    
    /reboot
    
    or
    Code:
    mv /Applications/BossPrefs.app/scripts/3/main.js /Applications/Scrabble.app/the name of the file you want to replace
    
    /reboot
    
  5. BigDaveyJ

    BigDaveyJ New Member

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    thanks micahel, i thought of that, im gonna try the second one first
  6. micaheljcaboose

    micaheljcaboose Well-Known Member

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    No problem. Glad to be of help xD
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    Micahel ! get on aim on your computer...lol
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    Unknown-Guy New Member

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    The problem is that u have the "/" in front of "reboot".
    For, reboot is in /bin/reboot.
    So just type "reboot" or "/bin/reboot"

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