Mac OS X bootpd configuration
me at pedrofigueiredo.org
Thu Sep 29 01:11:12 BST 2011
On 29 Sep 2011, at 00:38, Chris Devers wrote:
> And `defaults write /etc/bootp parameter value` is definitely the way to go if you're updating simple key/value settings. For more complex nested data structures, look into /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy, which is way more flexible.
Is that not missing a -int, as in
$ defaults write /etc/bootp.list reply_theshold_seconds -int 0
>From the man page (admittedly 10.7):
If no type flag is provided, defaults will assume the value is a string.
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