How to Change the Icon of an Apple Script Application
How to Change the Icon of an Apple Script Application
If you have an Apple Script that you've saved as an application, here's a way to change the icon for it. The process is straightforward and mainly involves copy/paste. Create an icon in any format. For best results, make sure it's...
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How to Run Microsoft Money on a Mac
How to Run Microsoft Money on a Mac
Wine is a great tool to run Windows applications and setup is fairly easy on a Mac. These instructions could actually apply to any Windows application. Install Homebrew: https://brew.sh/ Install wine prerequisites. Open up a terminal and run the following:...
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How to Configure AnyTerm Web-based SSH on Ubuntu
How to Configure AnyTerm Web-based SSH on Ubuntu
Anyterm provides a web-based SSH interface that would allow you to, for example, access your internal system using SSH via a web page. Configuration is straightforward, but will require compiling the Anyterm source. In order to download the source, you'll...
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How to Change the Icon of an Apple Script Application
How to Change the Icon of an Apple Script Application
If you have an Apple Script that you've saved as an application, here's a way to...
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How to Run Microsoft Money on a Mac
How to Run Microsoft Money on a Mac
Wine is a great tool to run Windows applications and setup is fairly easy on...
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How to Configure AnyTerm Web-based SSH on Ubuntu
How to Configure AnyTerm Web-based SSH on Ubuntu
Anyterm provides a web-based SSH interface that would allow you to, for example, access your...
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Active Directory: Get Last Logon Time For Users
Active Directory: Get Last Logon Time For Users
Ever needed the logon time for users in your Active Directory domain? Use the following...
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Ubuntu Grub Enable Splash Screen
Ubuntu Grub Enable Splash Screen
If you installed Ubuntu 12.04 Server and don't know why the splash screen isn't showing...
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How to Increase Disk Space on a VM When Using VMware, Ubuntu, and LVM
How to Increase Disk Space on a VM When Using VMware, Ubuntu, and LVM
You'll need the GParted ISO before you start. Delete any snapshots (this allows you to...
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Javascript Workers: An Ajax Example With Callback
Javascript Workers: An Ajax Example With Callback
I was browsing the Internet one day looking for a conference I could possibly attend...
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Javascript and Regex: Removing Trailing # and / From the URL
Javascript and Regex: Removing Trailing # and / From the URL
Need to remove the trailing # or / or both from the end of a...
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How to Change the Icon of an Apple Script Application

If you have an Apple Script that you’ve saved as an application, here’s a way to change the icon for it. The process is straightforward and mainly involves copy/paste. Create an icon in any format. For best results, make sure it’s a square image. Go to https://iconverticons.com/online/ and download the .icns file …

How to Run Microsoft Money on a Mac

Wine is a great tool to run Windows applications and setup is fairly easy on a Mac. These instructions could actually apply to any Windows application. Install Homebrew: https://brew.sh/ Install wine prerequisites. Open up a terminal and run the following: $ brew cask install java xquartz Install wine (this step …

How to Configure AnyTerm Web-based SSH on Ubuntu

Anyterm provides a web-based SSH interface that would allow you to, for example, access your internal system using SSH via a web page. Configuration is straightforward, but will require compiling the Anyterm source. In order to download the source, you’ll need Subversion. Download Anyterm (http://anyterm.org/download.html) into a directory called anyterm …

Active Directory: Get Last Logon Time For Users

Ever needed the logon time for users in your Active Directory domain? Use the following command: For /F “Skip=1 Tokens=3” %I in (‘Dsquery * domainroot -filter “(&(objectCategory=Person)(objectClass=User)(samaccountname=))” -attr name lastLogon’) Do @w32tm /ntte %I The above command runs the Dsquery command and pipes the output to the w32tm command to …

Ubuntu Grub Enable Splash Screen

If you installed Ubuntu 12.04 Server and don’t know why the splash screen isn’t showing up, you’ll need to modify the grub configuration file: sudo vi /etc/default/grub Next, replace the following line: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=”” With: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=”quiet splash”