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June 20, 2011, 04:54:08 PM
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So I'm new to this whole thing. I'm generally pretty competent with computers, but bitcoin has been a challenge for me. Regardless, I currently am have trouble using the method described in the wiki to secure my wallet (running OS X). I have a disk image of the Bitcoin folder, but when I put the command line into terminal to make the symlink, I get this response: ":ln: Support/Bitcoin/: No such file or directory".

Not quite sure what to do. I can make the symlink of the volume, but can't figure how to get the application to use it. Is terminal having trouble reading the space in the command?
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You need to escape the space at the end of Application

Should look something like..

~/Library/Application\ Support/Bitcoin/
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