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Jul 30, 2014 Instructions for displaying and opening the user library folder (which is hidden by default) in Mac OS X 10.7 and later. In this Tip's N Tricks article, I want to point out a very important tip for getting around one of Apple's more peculiar security precautions in Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion. By default, the User Library folder is hidden in Mac OS 10.7 and above. We'll cover a few different methods to easily access this hidden folder. Ever since Lion (OS X 10.7), Apple has hidden your personal Library folder (/Library) by default. In Lion and Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8), you could make the folder visible, but it required some work.
You’ve got a great backup of your OSX computer, and you need to get something back from the Library folder, say something in the Application Support subfolder. These instructions will show you how to do unhide the User Library folder on the external drive or even on a second Mac.
Credit goes to Steve Davidson for teaching me how to do this.
Let’s Start with a Remote Mac Because the Syntax is Simpler
On the remote Mac, enable Remote Login (https://www.podfeet.com/blog/how-to-set-up-a-mac-for-remote-login/) and use the ssh command to Secure Shell into the remote Mac. In this example, our local machien name is Podfeet-rMBP, and our remote Mac’s name is Core-i7-4.local.
I have the same user account on both but I used the allison@ the beginning to show you how to enter your user name if it’s different on the other Mac.
User Library Folder
Note that the Library Folder is Not Visible
Here’s a screenshot of the remote Mac Core i7, and the Library folder is invisible.
Enter the chflags nohidden Command
User Library Folder is Now Visible on the Remote Mac
Next Let’s Repeat This On An External Volume
My backup drive has a nice long annoying name “Core i7 backup 2011 03 03”. As you can see I have a backup of my home (allison) directory but I can’t see the Library folder.
Repeat the chflags Command
In this case we have the same command but we have to navigate first to Volumes, then to the specific backup drive name (with those annoying spaces replaced with and space) and then to the user directory and then Library.
To be honest it might be easier to change the name of the volume not to have spaces than it is to type it this way!
Or you could use quotes like this:
Now Your Library is Visible on Your Backup Volume
Users Library Folder Mac
Important note – you only have to do this one time, every time you connect your external drive the Library will be visible.
You may need to access content in the user Library folder to troubleshoot problems with your Adobe applications. The user Library folder is hidden by default in macOS X 10.7 and later releases. Use one of the following methods to make the user Library content visible.
Hold down the Alt (Option) key when using the Go menu. The user Library folder is listed below the current user's home directory.
Show User Library Mac
Note: After you open the Library folder, you can drag the Library icon from the top of that window to the Dock, sidebar, or toolbar to make it readily accessible.
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For more information, explanations, and ideas, see 18 ways to view the ~/Library folder in Lion and Mountain Lion.
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