Category Archive: MacOS

Dec 02 2017

What Is SED and How Do You Use It?

Sed is a powerful command akin to the find and replace feature in most text editors. Find out what sed is and how you can use it to improve your efficiency. Source: What Is SED and How Do You Use It? – Make Tech Easier

Nov 09 2017

What Is GREP and How Do You Use It?

Grep is a small Unix program for finding matching patterns. Begun as a Unix program, it can be found on Linux as well as Mac and BSD. It can read just about any text, meaning it can read input from another commands, or it can open and look through files directly. Grep is insanely useful, …

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Oct 31 2017

Example syntax for Secure Copy (scp)

What is Secure Copy? scp allows files to be copied to, from, or between different hosts. It uses ssh for data transfer and provides the same authentication and same level of security as ssh. Source: Example syntax for Secure Copy (scp) (hypexr.org)

Oct 27 2017

Make Linux Look Like macOS With These Easy Tweaks

If you like Linux but enjoy the Mac aesthetic, you’re in luck! This article will guide you through the steps to make your Linux desktop behave and look like Apple’s macOS. Source: Make Linux Look Like macOS With These Easy Tweaks (MakeUseOf)

Oct 10 2017

Installing macOS High Sierra on Proxmox 5

This tutorial for installing macOS Sierra has been adapted for Proxmox 5 from Kholia’s GitHub project for installing into vanilla KVM. There is more documentation there which will help out with enabling extra features and diagnosing problems! Source: Installing macOS High Sierra on Proxmox 5 (Nicholas Sherlock)

Sep 27 2017

Understanding Linux Permissions

Linux is a multiuser operating system. In a multiuser environment, it is necessary to ensure that a user cannot access or modify files or directories that they arent supposed to. File permissions provide a protection mechanism for controlling access to files and directories. Linux’s file security model is based on that of Unix. Each file …

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Sep 11 2017

Enpass Is The Free Cross-Platform Password Manager

Previously we covered KeePassXC password manager which is also free application. Here comes another password manager called Enpass, it is free and cross-platform available for Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and iOS. Source: Enpass Is The Free Cross-Platform Password Manager (NoobsLab)

Apr 19 2017

Keep local Instant Messages on your local network with BeeBEEP (Secure Lan Messenger)

When you want to send an instant message to someone else that’s on the same local network as you are, whether that be another family member or a co-worker in your office, why use an offsite chat server that leaves your messages open to interception by the company running the chat server or some other …

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