Will add to this list as I find more
- France – http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/other/dfat/treaties/ATS/1999/11.html
- Italy – http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/other/dfat/treaties/1951/5.html
Links from websites discussing agreements
Total distance: 120.51 km
Max elevation: 0 m
Min elevation: 0 m
Total climbing: 0 m
Total descent: 0 m
Download file: EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean Route- Spain section.gpx
Total distance: 4680.39 km
Max elevation: 316 m
Min elevation: -2 m
Total climbing: 3029 m
Total descent: -2879 m
Download file: EuroVelo_2.gpx
Total distance: 1184.11 km
Max elevation: 257 m
Min elevation: -4 m
Total climbing: 15763 m
Total descent: -15772 m
Download file: EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route - Portugal.gpx
It’s surprisingly tricky to find a complete track of the EuroVelo bicycle routes. GPX files of the Portugal leg of the Atlantic Coast Route are available, but as 18 separate subsection files, each only accessible from individual subsection leg’s site page 🙁
I’ve downloaded them all and merged them into a single GPX file. For those interested, the merged file is available here.
- Create new administrator account in System Preferences > Users & Groups. (see note below)
- Log out of current user and login with new admin account.
- Change the name of the original user’s home directory ‘/Users/original’ to the new desired short name ‘/Users/new’
- In Users & Groups Settings, right-click on the “original” user and select “Advanced Options”. Update:
- “Account name” to the new short name
- “Full name”
- Home directory to match the new user’s home directory
- Add your own Apple ID and remove the old one
- In System Preferences > Sharing update the computer name from “Original’s MacBook” to “New’s MacBook”.
Updating/changing a user’s password when you don’t know the original password
In order to create a new admin account, you must have the old administrator password. If you don’t have it, it’s possible to change the original account’s password.
Note: There are some risks involved, specifically with regard to your keychain. If you need to access passwords stored in the Keychain of the user account, you’ll still need to know the Keychain password, or you’ll lose access to them. This can cause some frustrating problems.
- Turn off the computer.
- Restart into recovery mode by holding while holding “command” + “R” keys while booting the computer.
- From the recovery mode, click on the “Utilities” menu and open “Terminal”
- Type “resetpassword” at the terminal prompt and hit enter to open a graphical password reset utility.
- Restart as usual (from the Apple icon