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Apple's macOS (known as OS X before ) is a multi-user operating system with unique home folders for each user; each home folder. By default, the home folder for your OS X account will be located in the Users directory on your system's boot drive. You can, however, move.
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You may notice through system logs or crashes that the Slapd daemon launched by launchd is crashing. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. December 3, at am. You can copy and move just one file at a time or move several at once:. Terminal is your next step, and this time the files will actually be moved between the two hard drives. Matthew Marshall Matthew Marshall 11 5 5 bronze badges. Make sure you can revert back to the old system if anything goes wrong.
There are a couple of easy ways to check this. See below for my example:. If you ever want to revert your changes, repeat the guide but swap around the mentions of SSD and HDD, and their respective file paths.