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Old 06-13-2008, 08:09 PM
ben428 ben428 is offline
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How do I create a shell script to log out?


I'd like Superduper to log out the current user when it finishes, rather than shutting down the computer or any of the other available options. It seems like it should be relatively straightforward to create a "shell script" to do this and run it at the end of the backup under "Advanced." But I don't know anything about shell scripts. I do have some experience with Applescript, and tried to run an Applescript at the end of the backup, but got a "permission denied" error.

Can anyone help or point me to a resource on creating shell scripts that will work with SD?


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