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dimanche 9 février 2020

Mac convertir ses m4a vers du mp3

Méthode pour tranformer les m4a présent dans iTunes en mp3

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mardi 31 juillet 2018

kernel_task qui prends 400% et + de CPU

Mac complètement à la ramasse dû au processus kernel_task qui prends tout le CPU.

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mardi 17 octobre 2017

Raging Menace - MenuMeters

Raging Menace - MenuMeters

MenuMeters is a set of CPU, memory, disk, and network monitoring tools for Mac OS X. Although there are numerous other programs which do the same thing, none had quite the feature set I was looking for. Most were windows that sat in a corner or on the desktop, which are inevitably obscured by document windows on a laptop's small screen. Those monitors which used the menubar mostly used the NSStatusItem API, which has the annoying tendency to totally reorder my menubar on every login.

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jeudi 19 janvier 2017

MacPorts - Tunneling rsync through SSH to permit self update from behind a firewall

#26530 (Tunneling rsync through SSH to permit selfupdate from behind a firewall) %u2013 MacPorts

There is an issue on the method describe. When you test if ssh connexion using RSA key work. Ticket 26530 has been closed, then I put the correction here. "ssh -i" use RSA private key not the public key.

Description

I work in a large academic medical center whose IT has been outsourced to the lowest bidder. All ports except SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS are closed. This makes life inconvenient, but not impossible. This is my workaround for getting MacPorts to selfupdate.

First, you must have a host outside the firewall to which you have access:

$ssh myhost.example.net

It must be able to reach rsync.macports.org (or a mirror), and have netcat. Confirm this with:

$ssh myhost.example.net "nc rsync.macports.org 873"
@RSYNCD: 30.0

Having established this works, we will create a keypair to secure and simplify the process:

$ssh-keygen -f myrsynckey     (add any options you'd like)

Now prepend the connection command to the public key:

$echo -n 'command="nc rsync.macports.org 873",no-port-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,no-agent-forwarding '|cat - myrsynckey.pub > /tmp/out && mv /tmp/out myrsynckey.pub

(Note that this is a single line)

Transfer the file myrsynckey.pub to myhost.example.net and append it to authorized_keys2

Confirm that this works with:

$ssh -i ~/.ssh/myrsynckey myhost.example.net
@RSYNCD: 30.0

Having gotten this working, we now need to modify macports.conf to use the tunnel. Append the following to the rsync_options:

"ssh myhost.example.net -i FullPathToMyHomeDirectory/.ssh/myrsynckey -l myUserName"

Note that selfupdate is run with sudo, and thus you must specify the username and path to the user directory (which otherwise would be root). It would be more secure to use an account on myhost.example.net that has --disabled-password.

MacPorts,MacOS X,rsync,ssh

MacPorts - Tunneling rsync through SSH to permit selfupdate from behind a firewall

#26530 (Tunneling rsync through SSH to permit selfupdate from behind a firewall) %u2013 MacPorts There is an issue on the method describe. When you test if ssh connexion using RSA key work. Ticket 26530 has been closed, then I put the correction here. "ssh -i" use RSA private key not the public key.

Description

I work in a large academic medical center whose IT has been outsourced to the lowest bidder. All ports except SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS are closed. This makes life inconvenient, but not impossible. This is my workaround for getting MacPorts to selfupdate.

First, you must have a host outside the firewall to which you have access:

$ssh myhost.example.net

It must be able to reach rsync.macports.org (or a mirror), and have netcat. Confirm this with:

$ssh myhost.example.net "nc rsync.macports.org 873"
@RSYNCD: 30.0

Having established this works, we will create a keypair to secure and simplify the process:

$ssh-keygen -f myrsynckey     (add any options you'd like)

Now prepend the connection command to the public key:

$echo -n 'command="nc rsync.macports.org 873",no-port-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,no-agent-forwarding '|cat - myrsynckey.pub > /tmp/out && mv /tmp/out myrsynckey.pub

(Note that this is a single line)

Transfer the file myrsynckey.pub to myhost.example.net and append it to authorized_keys2

Confirm that this works with:

$ssh -i ~/.ssh/myrsynckey myhost.example.net
@RSYNCD: 30.0

Having gotten this working, we now need to modify macports.conf to use the tunnel. Append the following to the rsync_options:

"ssh myhost.example.net -i FullPathToMyHomeDirectory/.ssh/myrsynckey -l myUserName"

Note that selfupdate is run with sudo, and thus you must specify the username and path to the user directory (which otherwise would be root). It would be more secure to use an account on myhost.example.net that has --disabled-password.

lundi 19 décembre 2016

Enregistrer directement le son de l'ordinateur sous Mac OS X | Le journal du lapin

Enregistrer directement le son de l'ordinateur sous Mac OS X | Le journal du lapin

lundi 23 mai 2016

Apple Remote Desktop: Configuring remotely via command line (kickstart) - Apple Support

Apple Remote Desktop: Configuring remotely via command line (kickstart) - Apple Support

sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Resources/kickstart -deactivate -configure -access -off

french version

Apple Remote Desktop: Configuring remotely via command line (kickstart) - Apple Support

Apple Remote Desktop: Configuring remotely via command line (kickstart) - Apple Support

sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Resources/kickstart -deactivate -configure -access -off

french version

jeudi 26 mars 2015

Yes, we did it !! Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 on Sun Ultra 27 - TheWebSites.uk

Yes, we did it !! Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 on Sun Ultra 27 - TheWebSites.uk

Making A Boot USB Disk of OSX 10.10 Yosemite via Terminal and GUI App

Making A Boot USB Disk of OSX 10.10 Yosemite via Terminal and GUI App

Install and Configure wget on OS X Yosemite 10.10 and fix SSL GNUTLS error

Install and Configure wget on OS X Yosemite 10.10 and fix SSL GNUTLS error

Where is my ./configure file in OSX 10.8.4 (Mountain Lion)? - Ask Different

Where is my ./configure file in OSX 10.8.4 (Mountain Lion)? - Ask Different

vendredi 13 mars 2015

OS X Server (Mountain Lion): Creating images for NetInstall, NetRestore, and NetBoot - Apple Support

OS X Server (Mountain Lion): Creating images for NetInstall, NetRestore, and NetBoot - Apple Support

[TUTO] Créer un serveur NETBOOT avec MAC OS X SERVER

[TUTO] Créer un serveur NETBOOT avec MAC OS X SERVER

mercredi 28 janvier 2015

Swift - Resources - Apple Developer

Swift - Resources - Apple Developer

mardi 27 janvier 2015

High Caffeine Content %u2014 MPW, Carbon and building Classic Mac OS apps in OS...

High Caffeine Content %u2014 MPW, Carbon and building Classic Mac OS apps in OS...

SheepShaver builds for Mac OS X, links and downloads %u2022 E-Maculation Forum

SheepShaver builds for Mac OS X, links and downloads %u2022 E-Maculation Forum

samedi 6 décembre 2014

Free Mercurial and Git Client for Windows and Mac | Atlassian SourceTree

Free Mercurial and Git Client for Windows and Mac | Atlassian SourceTree

mamburu / Cog - Bitbucket

mamburu / Cog - Bitbucket

FLAC Player - open source for Mac OS X

SourceForge.net: xACT - Project Web Hosting - Open Source Software

SourceForge.net: xACT - Project Web Hosting - Open Source Software

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