clear mac address‐table <shelf/slot> address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Handy if you’re moving to a new port on the same TA-5000.
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I found a great bash script from Mathias Bynens on github that he uses to automate getting a new OS install just the way he likes it. It’s full of useful commands that you can use to tweak OS X to your delight. Just please don’t blindly run this script on your machine or you’ll potentially end [...]
I always forget which file to use when I want to change something in my environment. It doesn’t help that Terminal.app in OS X behaves a little differently than other *nix terminals. Thankfully, John Staiger posted a very clear explanation and a handy trick a few years back. The short version is this: .bash_profile runs when [...]
Dredged up from a cached Blogger entry for your reference. Your mileage may vary. Maxroam Mobile General APN Settings: APN: maxroam.com Username: maxroam Password: maxroam Maxroam APN Settings for iPhone / iPad: Go to Settings > General > Network > Mobile Data Network > APN and enter the following details Cellular Data: APN: maxroam.com Username: maxroam Password: [...]
Just some quick thoughts. Here are the services I’m looking at as replacements: NewsBlur - Seems pretty quick and full-featured and there’s a social commenting aspect that looks similar to Google Reader of days gone by, but the site has this Java-y non-native feel to it that I don’t like. The interface feels busy, but it [...]
So I found this pic of Woz on his iPhone in a networking closet, drinking a beer and wearing a Daring Fireball t-shirt.
When I think I’ve installed the right package to get this software to work.
cmd+shift+drag I’m not sure when this behavior changed, but I recently managed to magic a screen sharing menu item into my menu bar and couldn’t find the right preference window from which to remove it. Googling the problem results in years-old posts advising users to hold command while dragging the item from the menu bar, [...]
“Should this young man . . . have been able to buy guns, ammunition and explosives? The gun lobby will say yes. And the endless gun control debate will begin again, and the lobbyists of the National Rifle Association will go to work, and the op-ed thinkers will have their usual thoughts, and the right [...]
by Jack Daniels (via Daring Fireball)