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 Model Name:	MacBook Air
 Model Identifier:	MacBookAir4,1
 Processor Name:	Intel Core i5
 Processor Speed:	1.6 GHz
 Number of Processors:	1
 Total Number of Cores:	2
 L2 Cache (per Core):	256 KB
 L3 Cache:	3 MB
 Memory:	4 GB
 Boot ROM Version:	MBA41.0077.B0F
 SMC Version (system):	1.74f1
 Serial Number (system):	C02G94Z8DJYD
 Hardware UUID:	3AF11929-1AD3-5036-9C1D-0469B155CE92
 Capacity:	209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes)
 BSD Name:	disk0s1
 Content:	EFI
Macintosh HD:
 Capacity:	120.47 GB (120,473,067,520 bytes)
 Available:	95.64 GB (95,635,693,568 bytes)
 Writable:	Yes
 File System:	Journaled HFS+
 BSD Name:	disk0s2
 Mount Point:	/
 Content:	Apple_HFS
Recovery HD:
 Capacity:	650 MB (650,002,432 bytes)
 BSD Name:	disk0s3
 Content:	Apple_Boot


2013-01-13 set up TimeMachine to Bellman via netatalk

2013-01 replaced dead power supply

Backups via Time Machine

Install Netatalk 3 on Debian server. It's only a little painful.

Mount afp://bellman/TimeMachine using Cmd-K and Guest access from Finder.

Run these commands on the Mac in a terminal

defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1
sudo tmutil setdestination /Volumes/TimeMachine

Create the sparse bundle file and copy it to the TimeMachine volume. See directions elsewhere. You name it with your Mac computer's hostname and MAC number. Open Time Machine from System Preferences and set it up.

For some reason Swift could not find the Time Machine volume, maybe the above commands failed? On Stellar I did not need them, everything was configurable from Time Machine itself.