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Didier Daglinckx

Mac OS X Server - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

  • Mac OS X Server is Apple's UNIX server operating system. Based on the same architecture as Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server includes additional services, applications and administration tools for managing and deploying servers. Mac OS X Server is the operating system included on Xserve, Apple's 1U rack mount server. Mac OS X Server is also sold separately for use on Apple desktop computers including Mac Pro, iMac and Mac mini. Mac OS X Server is commonly found in small business, education and large enterprise organizations.
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    Mac OS X Server is Apple's UNIX server operating system. Based on the same architecture as Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server includes additional services, applications and administration tools for managing and deploying servers. Mac OS X Server is commonly found in small business, education and large enterprise organizations.
jasmeen jassi

Dennis Ritchie dies at 70; computer scientist helped develop Unix - 0 views

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    Dennis Ritchie, a computer scientist who wrote the well-liked C programming language and helped develop the Unix operating system, has died. He was 70.
Jeff Johnson

Sleepwatcher for Mac OS X - 0 views

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    SleepWatcher is a command line tool (daemon) for Mac OS X that monitors sleep, wakeup and idleness of a Mac. It can be used to execute a Unix command when the Mac or the display of the Mac goes to sleep mode or wakes up or after a given time without user interaction. It also can send the Mac to sleep mode or retrieve the time since last user activity. A StartupItem, sample start and sleep scripts and the source code for sleepwatcher are included in the download. A little bit knowledge of the Unix command line is required to benefit from this software. SleepWatcher is published under the GNU General Public License.
David Corking

How to Switch to the Mac - Tao of Mac | February 2007 | Rui Carno - 0 views

  • the installer creates the first user account. This is the important bit: it is an administration account – call it “Administrator” or something like that and create another for yourself afterwards (if you’re a UNIX head, this is not root, which is disabled).
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      Q: Why doesn't the installer _tell_ you this? It looks and feels like an ordinary unix user with 'sudo' access, but according to Tao, it can be troublesome. A: My guess is that Apple doesn't want you to have to remember two passwords. Perhaps Apple decided, unlike Tao, that the security of asking for passwords for important tasks is good enough.
  • Create your own Applications folder inside your home directory (Mac OS X will change the icon accordingly) and try out new stuff in there.
  • drag the entire Applications folder to the right-hand side of the Dock, forming what Apple calls a “stack”
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  • Put things you want to share among users in the /Users/Shared folder.
  • Set up separate accounts for kids using the Simple Finder or Some Limits option under the Limitations tab.
    • David Corking
       
      In Mac OS X 10.4, you find this in preferences under Accounts, and click the "Parental Controls" tab, then select Finder and click Configure .... I don't think there is a "Limitations" tab.
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    This article is packed with great tips that you won't find in other introductory tutorials. Therefore it is a bit heavy to read, and worth dipping into even if you have used Macs for a year or two.
Jeff Johnson

Apple Remote Desktop - Macenterprise.org - 0 views

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    Apple Remote Desktop includes tools, remote UNIX commands, and command line tool info
Didier Daglinckx

Leopard Server: The people's Unix | InfoWorld | Review | 2007-12-18 | By Tom Yager - 0 views

  • Leopard Server: The people's Unix Mac OS X v10.5 is true Unix on the inside, novice admin friendly on the outside, and born for collaboration, with turnkey-simple blog, wiki, IM, and calendar services
  • Apple has brought its unique brand of richness and simplicity to servers
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    OS X Leopard Server is the fifth generation of the software half of Apple's server platform.
Jeff Johnson

Super Get Info (Bare Bones Software) - 0 views

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    Super Get Info was designed to address the numerous shortcomings of the Mac OS X Finder's "Get Info" command. Specifically, it allows you to take the following actions (most of which aren't possible using the Finder's Info window): open one information window for each selected Finder item, so you can view (and change) multiple selected items discretely; view and edit the Mac OS type and creator codes for a given file; view and edit Unix owner, group, and permission settings; empty the Trash with authentication to remove privileged files; and much more!
David Corking

macosxhints.com - Disable the startup chime via Unix scripts - 0 views

  • Unfortunately if I have the headphones connected it's their volume that is muted before shutdown and reset later. Is there a way to specify the speakers?
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    This looks like great (it is a mix of Bash and AppleScript) and it works very well for me. However if you are not familiar with simple Unix administration, you might prefer packaged freeware or shareware like StartupSound.prefPane or Psst.
Jeff Johnson

Reasons to buy a Mac | Paul Murphy - 0 views

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    A free-ranging daily blog on issues related to Unix - including Linux, BSD, and Solaris - with a particular focus on enterprise-level decision-making.
yc c

Operating Systems: Win/Unix on Mac, Mac on Others - Virtualization, Emulation, and Remote Control Solutions - 0 views

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    Virtual machines (PC Emulators) for Mac OS X on Intel-based Macs PC Emulators for Mac OS X on PowerPC G3, G4, and G5 Running Windows by Remote Control Running Macintosh Software on Other Platforms: Mac Emulators and Runtime Enviroments Running Linux and UNIX On Mac Hardware Other MacWindows Solutions Product Listings | Windows-on-Mac | File Translation | Cross-Platform Networking | Sharing Disks | File Compression |
yc c

Clam AntiVirus - 0 views

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    Clam AntiVirus is an open source (GPL) anti-virus toolkit for UNIX, designed especially for e-mail scanning on mail gateways. It provides a number of utilities including a flexible and scalable multi-threaded daemon, a command line scanner and advanced tool for automatic database updates. The core of the package is an anti-virus engine available in a form of shared library.(Read more...)
David Corking

Bash Prompt HOWTO - extended - Giles Orr - 0 views

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

Nicole's Script-o-Rama! - 3 views

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    * GroupSync (a GUI utility for synching group membership between AD and OD * Home Directory Helper (a GUI utility that performs a number of tasks on user home directories) * Send Unix Command Scripts for ARD
thanaads Thanaads Noo

September shows upward trend for Mac OS X, iPhone usage | All Apple News - 0 views

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    The latest Net Applications survey, which gathers browser data from "site visitors to our exclusive on-demand network of live stats customers," shows steady increases in those using Mac OS X to access websites in September versus a steady decline in users using Windows operating systems. Though the survey claims to reflect market share, which is normally measured in unit sales, it does use a consistent method to examine trends in user share.
yc c

Mac OS X - 0 views

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    dscl -- Directory Service command line utility
yc c

OS X commands - 0 views

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accmin

Apple - Education - 0 views

  • Apple has been in the classroom empowering teachers and students to teach, learn, and collaborate for 30 years. Students now learn anywhere with today's digital tools that accommodate their individual learning styles. And this is just the beginning. Apple TV and iPhone continue that tradition. K-12 For decades, Apple has helped schools empower teachers, simplify systems, and inspire students to achieve more. Apple 1 to 1 Learning Podcasting Apple Mobile Learning Labs Apple Digital Learning Series Students Live your digital life on the Mac and on the go. Study Play Share iPod and iTunes Higher Education Apple technology is the platform of choice for many professions. Prepare your students for the real world. Creative and Pro Science and Technology iPod, iTunes, and iTunes U Apple Authorized Training IT/Administration Combining the power of UNIX with industry-leading ease of use, Apple offers compatibility and competitive cost for learning systems.
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yc c

uni2ascii - 0 views

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    convert HTML hexadecimal numeric character references to decimal numeric character references
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    convert HTML hexadecimal numeric character references to decimal numeric character references
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