Have you ever had to install a new version of OS X and then wished that you still had your old home directory?
Here is the method to do that, assuming that you still have your original OS X partition/disk, and that the new version of OS X is on a separate partition/disk…
Continue reading Retain your old home
I had some fun trying to get Cricket Logo to run on OS X 10.8.5, see i-Box, Cricket Logo and Arduino. The main issue was trying to get the RXTX Java files to be seen
Continue reading CkLogo.jar and RXTX on OS X
The title says it all… Why? Because you will not be able to remove it. Oh, and don’t bother contacting Seagate support…
Continue reading Don’t install Seagate Dashboard 184.108.40.206 on Mountain Lion
Apple removed Web Sharing from the Sharing control panel, with Mountain Lion. However, even though the UI has been removed, apache is still installed and it is easy to re-enble using the command line…
Continue reading Turning on Web Sharing on Mountain Lion
I would like to use my TL-WN722N with my MacBookPro
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Ever needed an OS X version of your favourite Windows application, but there isn’t one? I found myself in the same situation, with respect to TextPad. I remembered that I had learnt a trick, using Wine, but I had forgotten the exact steps. Luckily, I had noted down the steps in a Stack Exchange post. However that post had subsequently been deleted. I managed to retrieve it and have saved it here for posterity.
This is not about porting apps, I must confess…
Continue reading A Pseudo Port, anyone?
I have been reading O’Reilly’s Distributed Network Data by Bradford and Allan, see the XBee blog. The final chapter introduces an interesting graphical programming environment, LabVIEW that can be used with the Arduino. However, the costs are prohibitive and the trail version only lasts 45 days. So, I was looking for a free version to run on OS X. I managed to get MyOpenLab running, after a few tweaks (see below). Continue reading Alternatives to NI LabVIEW