|Aug 2, 2012, 01:06 AM||#1|
Run Terminal Command as root on Startup
Can anyone help me run a terminal command at startup, but as the root user, in 10.8? I have recently bought an OCZ SSD that is having trouble with Mountain Lion, but have found a temporary workaround, that involves deleting a file between one boot and the next. (see here)
The command I need to run is as follows, and as stated I would like to run this at startup.
sudo rm -f /private/var/db/BootCache.playlist
Thanks in advance.
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