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One of the cool little helpers I talk about in The Productive Programmer is "Command Prompt Here" or "Bash Here": little context menu items for Windows that allow you to select a folder in Explorer, right click, and open a command prompt (or bash shell, if you are using Cygwin) at that location. Someone recently asked me if you can do this on the Mac, and it turns out you can, in a surprisingly large number of ways.
Comments: Through trial-and-error, this seems to be the best way to unbreak the Backspace key on a Mac when using the native Terminal.app to SSH to a (Debian) Linux machine, and then running Emacs inside a Screen session. Open Terminal -> Preferences Declare terminal type ($TERM) as: rxvt Open Terminal -> Window Settings Choose Keyboard panel Uncheck "Delete key sends backspace" (i.e., this setting is "off") Click button "Use Settings as Defaults"
A couple of month ago, I noticed that I was having a constant stream of disk write of about 1MB/s on my MacBook (as seen in Activity Monitor.app).
This chapter describes using the port command, port variants, common tasks and port binaries.
Let me try to explain my problem as best as I can. Please bear with me and let me know what other information I need to provide to troubleshoot this.
This FAQ provides recommendations for optimizing Mac® OS X performance.
This FAQ provides a brief overview of the Repair Disk and Repair Disk Permissions functions of Disk Utility in Mac® OS X.
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By default in 2009, Snow Leopard boots into a 32-bit kernel, an odd proposition for an OS claiming to be 64-bit. But Apple defaulted to a 32-bit kernel for good reasons—
Here's one way to move your Evolution (v 2.4.1 in my case) emails and addresses to a Mac (v 10.4.x).
Panther Edition Linux is where I came from. Mac OS X is where I am.
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