|Mar 10, 2013, 07:22 AM||#1|
load iphotolibrary on NAS
I followed the "harder way" of sharing an iphotolibrary between several macs on this guide:
But it takes several steps to load the library (I can live with that, but the WAF is too low)
I have to:
I tried making a script to do all of the above, but I cant get it to work... I'm pretty new in this scripting stuff. Can anyone help me with a complete script that will do this?
I got so far that I can get the iPhotoLibrary.dmg mounted by doing this:
try mount volume "afp://NAS/Pictures" do shell script "hdiutil mount '/Volumes/Pictures/iPhotoLibrary.dmg'" on error end try
Last edited by ninecows; Mar 10, 2013 at 07:27 AM.
|Mar 10, 2013, 09:21 AM||#2|
What exactly are you trying to put after the try block? Please post your entire script and a screenshot of the contents of the iPhotoLibrary.dmg when it's mounted.
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|Mar 10, 2013, 09:42 AM||#3|
I was trying stuff like
open document file "iPhoto-bibliotek.photolibrary" of disk "iPhotoLibrary"
Anyway I tried this:
do shell script "open /Volumes/iPhotoLibrary/ourpictures.photolibrary"
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