I have a folder full of thousands of aliases and need to isolate the ones referencing a remote path on another computer on an AFP network. I can iterate all of the alias files over a terminal command with Automator but can’t find the right command to determine the original path of an alias.
I’d be grateful for any help. Thanks.
After macOS Mojave update I can’t use
mvn alias anymore
Here is the snippet from my
export MVN_HOME=/Users/user/Documents/apache-maven-3.5.0/bin export PATH=$ JAVA_HOME:$ MVN_HOME:$ PATH
But I’m still not able to run it in terminal:
-bash-3.2$ mvn -bash: mvn: command not found
P.S.: I even tried to create this alias in my bash profile, but still no progress.
What can be wrong?
I have several domains that just need to direct to a main site and don't want duplicate content issues or to hurt any SEO benefits.
Do you think it's better to do a basic 1 page that refreshes to the main site or just park / alias it over as far as SEO and Google is concerned?
This question already has an answer here:
- Will having multiple domains improve my seo? 7 answers
I have bought a domian that is like
service.city.example Where service is eg. “haircut”.
Is it good to have this kind of domains as aliases to main domain
What would be best for SEO, serving the main domain content on this alias or redirect 301 from alias to main domain?