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macOS Sierra Direct Download from Apple Server
(If you should ever need an older version of macOS, perhaps this may be worth a look?)

“That’s when we came up with a workaround to download OS X El Capitan via direct download instead of from the Mac App Store. Continuing the tradition this year too, we have created a separate page for maintaining all updates regarding macOS Sierra direct download.”

mac  macos  osx  2019  10.12  10.13  via:chockenberry 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 With New Emoji, WPA2 Security Fix - MacRumors
“The macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 update also brings new Unicode 10 emoji like crazy face, pie, pretzel, t-rex, vampire, exploding head, face vomiting, shushing face, love you gesture, brain, scarf, zebra, giraffe, fortune cookie, pie, hedgehog, and more. With skin tone and gender variations, there are hundreds of new emoji in the update, which are also available in iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1.”
emoji  mac  macos  highsierra  10.13  2017  osx 
march 2019 by handcoding
Install High Sierra Emoji on Older Versions
“I’m being extremely stubborn and refusing to update to High Sierra at the moment for good reason. The only thing that’s really been annoying me is the fact I can’t see emoji sent from iOS 11 or macOS 10.13 on Sierra but there’s an easy fix.

“Emoji is just a font that renders the unicode characters. On a Mac this is called Apple Color Emoji.ttc and is located in /System/Library/Fonts. Because of this it’s very easily overriden by placing a newer version in /Library/Fonts.”
2017  stephenradford  emoji  macos  osx  mac  highsierra  10.13 
march 2019 by handcoding
Pierre Igot on Twitter: "Today, I had to do this (, i.e. disable “kernel extension user content” in #macOS #HighSierra, because, as usual, the implementation by @apple is buggy, and third-party developers are trailing far behin
(If you should need to force-enable a kext on macOS High Sierra or later, this may be worth a look.)
“Today, I had to do this (ªª ºº), i.e. disable ‘kernel extension user content’ in #macOS #HighSierra, because, as usual, the implementation by @apple is buggy, and third-party developers are trailing far behind…”

(And if need be, here’s a direct link to the relevant thread:
macos  mac  osx  2018  kexts  betalogue  twitter  10.13 
july 2018 by handcoding
Apache not working with user Sites folder on macOS 10.13 High Sierra - Ask Different
(If Apacha on High Sierra fucks with you again, this may be the solution.)
“I just had this same issue, and wanted to do exactly what you wanted (keep the root at /Library/WebServer/Documents, but also allow user Sites folders). I’m not sure if this will be helpful, but after banging at this for hours tonight, looking line by line thru all of the .conf files, and wondering what was wrong, I realized that httpd process wasn’t able to read my own user directory. For some reason it was set as 750, and the _www user is unable to read it. Once I fixed that by running ‘chmod 755 .’ on my user directory, the Sites folder showed right up.

“I’m not sure how my own user directory got like that, as it appears that they default to 755 when I create a new user. And I had already double-checked many times that my Sites folder was set to 755.”
apache  10.13  mac  macos  osx  403  forbidden 
june 2018 by handcoding

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