Iterate through the files in a directory and run commands against them using shell scripting loops.
You may find a “Purgeable” storage space when looking at disk storage and disk usage in modern versions of macOS, including Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave, Sierra, etc, either within the About This Mac > Storage screen, Disk Utility, or the Storage Management section of System Information.
This curiously labeled disk storage item is similar to the “Other” storage space on the Mac that many users wonder about, so if you’re curious what purgeable storage space is, and how to free it up to clear it out, then read on.
You can use a third-party utility to set a schedule and other controls for Time Machine backups. And the utility is free.
Source: Take control of Time Machine backups with the TimeMachineEditor utility (Macworld)
Czkawka is a simple, fast and easy to use software to remove unnecessary files from your machine.
Czkawka is a free and open-source software written in memory safe Rust. It works on Linux, Mac, and Windows. Due to advanced algorithms and multi-threading, it is amazingly fast!
tmpmailis a command line utility written in POSIX
shthat allows you to create a temporary email address and receive emails to the temporary email address. It uses 1secmail’s API to receive emails.
Learn how to enable WebRender in Firefox on Linux. This new tech can deliver a major performance boost by using your system’s GPU to render web content.
Archiving data can save you in a pinch—but what if you forget to make a backup? This Raspberry Pi project, created by Curtis Gross, solves that problem by automating the process in a convenient NAS device. The end result is a Pi-powered time machine server with all of your data stored in archives.
This tutorial for installing macOS Catalina using OpenCore has been adapted for Proxmox from Kholia’s OSX-KVM project and Leoyzen’s OpenCore configuration for KVM. You can get the full sourcecode on my GitHub here.
If you’d like to use Clover instead, use my older tutorial, but OpenCore works better!
Tr is a command used in Linux and Unix systems that translates, converts and deletes characters from standard input and writes to stdout.
Source: Tr Command in Linux with Examples (LinOxide)
Note: If you can’t find this anymore try reading the comments under the YouTube video.
This new Raspbian skin looks just like Apple Mac OS X.
EDIT: Apparently this is now called Twister OS: