The other day while having a great cup of Latin America coffee from El Salvador I found a way to mount my EXT Linux partition I have on an external backup WD drive. I didn’t know that MacOS could not mount it natively even when both Linux and MacOS come from the same mother UNIX. […]
This is simple. Open a terminal and follow the steps below. This worked for me on MacOS 10.13.6 Open the Terminal. Run sudo vim /etc/services Enter your password Find the lines assigned to port 22, something like the image below Replace both ports 22 with your desired ssh port using a number between 1024 and […]
This is easier than what it seems. Follow the steps below in order. Make sure you know your home public IP. Find this info on your home router/modem or do a search in Google “What’s my ip”. Note this IP address. More coming soon!
The other day I only had access to my secondary Mac (mac mini) via the Terminal. For some reason Screen Share did not work. I needed to enabled File Sharing on my mac mini in order to transfer some backup files from my MacBook Pro to the mac mini. Coffee was brewing! This is how […]
rsync -avz -e “ssh -i <yourKey> -p <yourPortIfNecessary>” <yourUser>@<yourHost>:/files/Folders/to/Backup /destination/
Ran in the Terminal: log show | grep “Wake reason” got: Wake reason: EC.DarkPME (Maintenance) Ran in the Terminal: sudo nvram boot-args=”darkwake=0″ and then rebooted..seems to be OK now. My MacBook Pro goes to sleep now without overheating and draining the battery. Let me know if this works for you.