They make a email server, web server, webdav server, dns server, and more. All very affordable and fairly easy to use. From their website… “Art & Technology – A New Unity? Even PC users concede that the Mac’s great for art, graphics and design. But packed into even a tiny Mac Mini is everything that is needed to run a business on—host a web site, share your ideas, create a community, market your services, execute transactions, account for cash flows, coordinate a project team, share calendars, etc. There’s a whole lot of powerful technologies built into every Mac – Apache, WebDav, Postfix, SMTP, POP, IMAP, Fetchmail, iCal, MySQL, SQLite, SSL,…
I’ve recently added the Plex App to my Mac. One of the great new feature is that I can download files and it will save them locally. Generally, not a problem but on a phone or something it is great for spotty network connections. Download your music and go to the gym… don’t work about bad networks. One of the first questions i asked is where are these files saved? We’ll here’s the location for a mac: To view this i used the tool “Commander One” utility. You can keep this directory clean by just using the Plex App. You delete listened too or unused files.
I run a MU WordPress with several websites. One day I noticed that I was unable to add roles to the people on one of my sites. No matter what I did couldn’t get any roles to appear in the selector. Some how in one of my updates the prefix for this particular site wasn’t updated. I found a post telling me this: Following this line of thinking led me to change that particular database table name. Sure enough renaming the table worked! Previously it was named wp_89_user_roles. It needed to be named 64d_89_user_roles. Problems solved!
Apache runs as the user www-data:www-data, we just installed files as your local user. So we need to make sure Apache can access the files Open up Terminal.app run the following command. *Note: If you have changed the apache username and group, please use that instead of _www:_www* chown -R _www:_www /Library/Server/Web/Data/Sites/.com
Get a USB Thumb Drive with at least 8G on it. Rename it to be title “untitled”. Down the the El Capitan installer (it should be saved in the “Applications” folder). Open the Terminal App Type in the following command: sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/Untitled –applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app –nointeraction
Free Basic IDE’s and Compilers Active Basic Visual Basic compiler and IDE which generates pure EXE files which are small in size, which do not require any extra runtim overheads. It supports ActiveX and OLE objects in the IDE. You need to have a Japanese-font browser plugin to view this page. Envelop Freeware Visual Basic compiler for Win32. Sadly, all further development of this tool has been stopped some time ago. Fnx Basic A freeware basic compiler to create Windows applications. The output is a single exe file which does not need any special dll’s. The information on the Fnx Website is minimal, but the download package includes a .chm…
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The new installer can be found at: http://topicdesk.com/downloads/roundcube