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Stuffit – File Couldn’t Be Moved Because You Don’t Have Permission to Access

Stuffit – File Couldn’t Be Moved Because You Don’t Have Permission to Access
If you attempt to unstuff a .sit file using Mac X Stuffit Expander and receive the following error message:     “FILENAME” couldn’t be moved because you don’t have permission to access “PATH”     It is very likely the file was compressed in Mac OS 9 and the original permissions on the file are preventing it from being expanded within Mac X.   As an alternative, you could try to unstuff it in a version of Mac OS 9 or in Windows using Stuffit Expander for Windows.     It appears the permissions in Windows and OS 9 compatibly are not an issue – so your best bet is to attempt the expand in Windows. 

Read and Send Serial Data in Mac OS X Terminal

Read and Send Serial Data in Mac OS X Terminal
If you ever wanted to view serial connections through Mac X terminal – you most certainly can using a few commands.   Step 1: Open Mac Terminal in Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal   Step 2: We want to view the available serial ports currently connected to our Mac. To do so, type ls /dev/tty.*     In this example, we only have our Mac's Bluetooth connection showing as a serial connection. It’s properly named as so. If you have a serial connection connected, you should be able to decipher the name if you have long list of devices.   Step 3: Now, let’s connect to the serial port. We will connect to the serial port using this command: screen portname datarate.       In the above example, we are...

Mac Mail Mark as Junk Mail Greyed Out

Mac Mail Mark as Junk Mail Greyed Out
If you are trying to mark email messages mark as Junk Mail in Mac X mail, you may see the option is greyed out. Mac Mail handles Junk mail filtering separate from how email providers do like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail.     In order to select Mark as Junk Mail, you need to Enable junk mail filtering.   Go to Mail -> Preferences -> Junk Mail -> Enable junk mail filtering     You will notice a new mailbox in your Mail side panel labeled Junk. Now, you can select emails messages and label them as junk.     Any junk folders your email providers are adding as part of setting up your mailbox in Mac mail, junk/spam emails will continue to go into those folders like before. Now, if...

Not a RAR Archive “No Files to Extract” Repair RAR File

Not a RAR Archive “No Files to Extract” Repair RAR File
RAR files are a popular file extension for packing file(s) to a compressed format, similar to .zip files. When you download a RAR file, it sometimes will come in “parts”. Each part of file is a subset of the original file of the same size. In order to open the original file, the RAR files are storing, you have to open all of the RAR files.   In a multiple RAR file scenario, the first RAR file extension will end in .rar. Subsequent RAR files will end in .r00, .r01, .r02, and accordingly. To start a RAR extraction, all RAR files need to be in the same directory. Start with opening the .rar file first. Subsequent RAR files will begin opening in sequential order until the very last RAR file.  ...
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