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How To: Install Glances Eye on Your System – Mac OS X

How To: Install Glances Eye on Your System – Mac OS X

Glances is cross-platform monitoring tool which lets you see in real-time system information including CPU, memory, network information, load, processes, disk i/o, and much more. It’s much more powerful and granular process details that beat the typical top or htop Linux commands. Let’s get started with our installation.   We will install Glances using MacPorts. If you...

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How To: Create SSH Remote Login Mac OS X and Force Private Key Authentication Only - Putty

How To: Create SSH Remote Login Mac OS X and Force Private Key Authentication Only - Putty

This guide will show you how to enable SSH (remote login) on your Mac OS X machine and connect to it using a private key file (.ppk) while disabling password logins (more secure). In this example, we will setup the remote connection using Putty.   Enable SSH on your Mac. Go to System Preferences -> Sharing...

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Easy: Generate Free Fully Functional SSL Certificate for Website – Instant SSL MAMP

Easy: Generate Free Fully Functional SSL Certificate for Website – Instant SSL MAMP

If your scrambling to get SSL enabled on your website, you can create a free fully functional SSL certificate from InstantSSL.com that will work for 90 days. You can continually renew your free SSL certificate after the 90 days has lapsed, essentially giving you a fully free functional SSL certificate at no cost for an unlimited...

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Fix: You Can't Open the Application “” Because the Classic Environment is no Longer Supported

Fix: You Can't Open the Application “” Because the Classic Environment is no Longer Supported

If you are trying to run a classic Mac OS application (Mac OS 7-9) on Mac OS X (10.12 Sierra) you will receive a warning that the classic environment is no longer supported.   You can still unofficially run classic Mac OS programs in Mac OS X. Follow the guide posted here.   We will be...

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View Mac OS X Install History

View Mac OS X Install History

You can quickly view the latest installed software on your Mac by viewing your Mac System Report. Follow the steps below.   Go to  -> About This Mac -> System Report…   On the left side, scroll to Installations. Here you can sort by the latest install date of software on your Mac.     

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