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David Corking

Bash Prompt HOWTO - extended - Giles Orr - 0 views

  • The Bash Prompt HOWTO
    • David Corking
      2007 draft
  • The Bash Prompt HOWTO Example Prompts
    Customize the default terminal prompt for Mac OS X and many Unix.
David Corking

Remove all hidden files in a directory | - 0 views

  • That won't get rid of a file called .a rm .??* .[^.] The extra argument will, above, will do the job
    take care with file globbing (this one works for me)
David Corking

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) - Tao of Mac - 0 views

  • Mac OS X includes a VNC server (check the Sharing preference pane, it's part of Apple Remote Desktop).
  • defaults write ShowBonjourBrowser_Debug 1
  • My current (minimalistic) Linux startup file, so that I remember that unsetting SESSION_MANAGER is the right way to avoid complaints from gnome-session: $ cat .vnc/xstartup #!/bin/sh unset SESSION_MANAGER [ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup [ -r $HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb $HOME/.Xresources xsetroot -solid grey vncconfig -iconic & gnome-session &
    aha - the complement to SSH
Jeff Johnson

Apple security: Myth or magic? -- Government Computer News - 0 views

    Ultimately, I was foiled by the security features of the Mac. I found that SSH attempted to log me in as the account owner of the Mac itself, rather than letting me to supply my own log-in name and associated password. In effect, I couldn't log on as anyone except the owner of the Mac account, at least by default. Because I didn't have an account on that Mac and my friend with the Mac didn't have an account on my Linux box, I couldn't log in.
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