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Aliases, hard links, symlinks, and copies in Mojave’s APFS – The Eclectic Light Company
Mojave has 5 different types of copy/clone/alias/link, some of which can appear to behave oddly. Here they are, fully explained.
macosx  apfs  symbolic-link  hard-link  file-system 
5 weeks ago by spl
tonsky/AnyBar: OS X menubar status indicator
AnyBar is a small indicator for your menubar that does one simple thing: it displays a colored dot. What the dot means and when to change it is up to you.
macosx  menu-bar 
7 weeks ago by spl
cbreak-black/ZetaWatch: ZFS OSX Menu Bar widget
ZetaWatch is a small OS X program that displays the zfs status in the menu bar, similar to what iStat Menus does for other information.
macosx  zfs  menu-bar 
7 weeks ago by spl
nuket/provision-osx
Batch files to provision OS X as a virtual machine host and manage those VMs.
macosx  configuration 
8 weeks ago by spl
Provisioning OS X and Disabling Unnecessary Services – vilimblog
I’ve been messing with system provisioning quite a bit lately. i.e. How can I repeatably and consistently configure a system to a known state?
macosx  configuration 
8 weeks ago by spl
Determine OS X version from the command line (Example)
There are a few ways to determine what version of OSX you are on if you're writing a script and wish to access this programmatically.
macosx  versioning 
may 2019 by spl
Xcode clang version record
Xcode, Clang, LLVM version mapping
macosx  xcode  clang  llvm 
may 2019 by spl
How to use Time Machine to back up your Mac to a Windows shared folder | iMore
I tried this with my router, but I couldn't get it to work. Possibly a problem with the router's configuration of Samba.
macosx  backup  time-machine  samba 
may 2019 by spl
Darling | macOS translation layer for Linux
Darling is a translation layer that allows you to run unmodified macOS binaries on Linux. In its nature, it is similar to the well-known Wine project.
linux  macosx  emulation 
april 2019 by spl
Setting up Docker on macOS
I spent some time trying to learn how to use Docker and getting it setup on my computer, this post documents what I did to get it working as there were no straight-forward guides on this process.
docker  homebrew  macosx 
march 2019 by spl
RehabMan/Intel-NUC-DSDT-Patch
Patches and Clover configuration required for Intel NUC5/6/7/8 series mini PCs
nuc  macosx 
february 2019 by spl
chromecast-osx-audio - npm
Stream OS X audio input to a local Chromecast device.
node.js  audio  chromecast  macosx 
january 2019 by spl
Save macOS
A streamlined bootstrapper for getting pkgsrc/pkgin up and running on macOS, fast!
package-management  macosx  pkgsrc 
november 2018 by spl
Monu: menubar process monitor mac app
Monu is an open source process monitoring menu bar application for Mac OS. You can configure Monu to launch programs, and when Monu starts up it will start them. Additionally, it will monitor the processes and restart them if they crash.
macosx  monitoring  menu-bar 
october 2018 by spl
homebrew-bundle: Bundler for non-Ruby dependencies from Homebrew
Use a configuration file (called a Brewfile) to tell Homebrew what software to install.
homebrew  macosx  configuration-management 
october 2018 by spl
lsregister: How Files Are Handled in Mac OS X - krypted.com
The lsregister command is used to query and manage the Launch Services database, or the database that is used to determine the default application used to open files of various types.
macosx  lsregister  files 
october 2018 by spl
Change macOS user preferences via command line | pawelgrzybek.com
The system preferences window is not the only way to change user preferences in macOS. The "defaults" command gives you more power to configure your machine than you would have thought.
macosx  configuration 
august 2018 by spl
NeoFinder
NeoFinder is a powerful and very fast disk cataloging tool, reading metadata like EXIF, IPTC, JPG, TIFF, MP3, AAC (iTunes)
macosx  photo-management  video-management  media-management  file-management 
june 2018 by spl
mas-cli/mas: Mac App Store command line interface
A simple command line interface for the Mac App Store. Designed for scripting and automation.
macosx  command-line 
may 2018 by spl
Home Inventory
Home Inventory is the ultimate tool to document your home & belongings using your Mac.
inventory  macosx 
january 2018 by spl
BitBar - Put anything in your Mac OS X menu bar
The BitBar app lets you put the output from any script or program right in your Mac OS X menu bar. And it's completely free. An impressive number of plugins have already been contributed by a wide range of developers just like you, and this site makes it easy to find them.
macosx  menu-bar 
october 2017 by spl
Introducing Battleschool
It uses the ansible API to setup, configure and run ansible playbooks. In short, battleschool downloads and executes ansible playbooks against your local machine in a manner that is simple to configure and repeatable in cases of disaster (bad) or new machines (good).
ansible  macosx 
may 2017 by spl
Find and remove .DS_Store and .AppleDouble - My Cyber Universe
How to find, remove and prevent the creating of the .DS_Store files and .AppleDouble directories on a networked drives.
macosx 
april 2017 by spl
ZFS on illumos and Mac OS X | Ottmar Klaas
My setup at home —a server running OmniOS and Open ZFS on OS X on the Mac— might be uncommon enough to be of interest to others. Specifically, I'll show how ZFS on those two systems allows me to use ZFS’ built-in send/receive commands to stream a snapshot of the data on the OmniOS server to a ZFS pool connected to the Mac for backup purposes.
zfs  macosx  omnios  illumos  ssh  backup 
march 2017 by spl
Undocumented CoreStorage Commands - Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat
The diskutil command is the core command line interface for CoreStorage, along with regular disk partitioning, AppleRAID, and other disk activities.
macosx  file-system  core-storage  disk-util 
march 2017 by spl
mac-dev-playbook
Mac setup and configuration via Ansible.
macosx  ansible  homebrew 
february 2017 by spl
From OSX to Ubuntu | Code | Nicolas Perriault
A year earlier I decided to switch from OSX to Ubuntu, so now is a good time to make a little retrospective. TL;DR: Linux now offers a pleasant desktop user experience and there's no way back for me.
macosx  ubuntu  linux 
january 2017 by spl
Zazu App
A fully extensible and open source launcher for hackers, creators and dabblers. It comes with sane defaults to make it useful out of the box. But everything can be changed to fit your needs. Don't let others tell you the best way to be productive, configure it to be perfect for you.
alfred  macosx  linux  microsoft-windows  launcher 
january 2017 by spl
boxen/our-boxen: Copy me for your team.
This is a template Boxen project designed for your organization to fork and modify appropriately.
configuration-management  macosx  github 
december 2016 by spl
Bookends
Bookends is a full-featured and cost-effective bibliography, reference, and information management system for students and professionals. Bookends requires Intel Macs and Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
reference-manager  macosx 
december 2016 by spl
How To: Automatic SSH Tunnel
How to setup an automatic SSH tunnel using autossh.
ssh  macosx  tunneling 
september 2016 by spl
rgcr/m-cli:  Swiss Army Knife for Mac OS X
System administration command-line tool for Mac OS X.
macosx  command-line  sysadmin 
july 2016 by spl
mac-cli
The ultimate tool to manage your Mac. It provides a huge set of command line commands that automatize the usage of your OS X system.
macosx  command-line 
june 2016 by spl
homebrew-dupes: System duplicate formulae for the Homebrew package manager
These formulae duplicate software provided by OS X, though may provide more recent or bugfix versions.
homebrew  macosx 
june 2016 by spl
Iconjar
Organize, search and use icons the easy way. Iconjar gives you the ability to store all your icons in one place, just one click away.
macosx  icons  icon-management 
june 2016 by spl
FontYou
Fontyou gives you access to an amazing fonts selection. We curate for you the best fonts of the world.
fonts  font-management  macosx 
june 2016 by spl
RightFont - The future of font manager software for Mac OS X
RightFont is the best font manager app for Mac OS X, helping designers to preview, sync and manage fonts and find the right font quickly. RightFont is the new generation font management software for Mac.
fonts  macosx  font-management 
june 2016 by spl
Font Management in OS X
This article explains how to set up Mac OS X for the minimum number of fonts. Also how to avoid font conflicts, and troubleshooting of font issues.
macosx  fonts  font-management 
june 2016 by spl
Taming Android File Transfer on Mac OS X
How to prevent it from opening the agent.
android  macosx 
may 2016 by spl
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