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”