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apple [2017/01/17 13:40]
dblume [Daemons, Agents, Cron, Launchd]
apple [2019/05/24 15:05] (current)
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       * Turn off auto underline-to-italic, dashes, smart quotes: Preferences -> AutoCorrect then click on the AutoFormat page       * Turn off auto underline-to-italic, dashes, smart quotes: Preferences -> AutoCorrect then click on the AutoFormat page
  
-**BSD grep**+**BSD vs. Linux commands**
  
-OS X comes with BSD grep pre-installed, which doesn't use the Perl -P flag.+macOS comes with BSD grep pre-installed, which doesn't use the Perl -P flag.
  
-  - Go to http://brew.sh/ and run the ruby command+Go to http://brew.sh/ and run the ruby command.
-  - <nowiki>brew install homebrew/dupes/grep --with-default-names; brew install gnu-sed --with-default-names</nowiki> +
-  - Log out of that console window and log back in again.+
  
-** Python Packages **+  brew install grep --with-default-names 
 +  brew install gnu-sed --with-default-names 
 +  brew install findutils --with-default-names 
 +  brew install jq 
 +  brew install tree 
 +  brew install httpie 
 +  brew install inetutils  # If you need telnet (maybe nc is good enough?) 
 +  brew install gnuplot 
 +  # Maybe also readline if you brew install python3 
 +   
 +  brew install bash 
 +  sudo echo /usr/local/bin/bash >> /etc/shells 
 +  chsh -s /usr/local/bin/bash
  
-If pip isn't installed yet (Python older than 2.7.9), then install it with easy_install, then install requests. +Log out of that console window and log back in again.
- +
-  sudo -H easy_install pip +
-  sudo -H pip install requests+
  
  
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 #!/usr/bin/env bash #!/usr/bin/env bash
 curl --data "`hostname -s`=`ifconfig | /usr/local/bin/grep "inet " | grep -v "127.0.0.1" | \ curl --data "`hostname -s`=`ifconfig | /usr/local/bin/grep "inet " | grep -v "127.0.0.1" | \
-sed -E 's/.*inet (([0-9]+.){3}[0-9]+).*/\1/' | perl -p -e 'chomp if eof' | \ +sed -E 's/.*inet (([0-9]+.){3}[0-9]+).*/\1/' | perl -p -e 'chomp if eof;s/\n/,/'`&auth=[your secret auth]" "https://kvs.dlma.com" 
-tr ";\n" ","`&auth=[your secret auth]" "https://kvs.dlma.com"+ 
 +sleep 11  # if launched as a daemon, live for 11s to not be detected as buggy.
 </code> </code>
 +
 +That "sleep 11" is to mitigate the buggy daemon detection mentioned [[https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/MacOSX/Conceptual/BPSystemStartup/Chapters/CreatingLaunchdJobs.html|here]].
  
 Note that we had to specify the path to the homebrew grep, because LaunchAgent would use the default one instead. Note that we had to specify the path to the homebrew grep, because LaunchAgent would use the default one instead.
  
-cd into ~/Library/LaunchAgents and add a new plist file+cd into ~/Library/LaunchAgents or (/Library/LaunchDaemons if it can really be a daemon) and add a new plist file
  
 <code xml com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist> <code xml com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist>
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   * [[http://iterm2.com/|iTerm2]] and install your [[http://git.dlma.com/dotfiles.git/|dotfiles]].   * [[http://iterm2.com/|iTerm2]] and install your [[http://git.dlma.com/dotfiles.git/|dotfiles]].
 +    * Preferences -> Profiles -> Terminal -> uncheck "Save lines to scrollback in alternate screen mode"
   * If you want [[http://ipython.org/|IPython]], you probably have to install [[http://pypi.python.org/pypi/readline/6.2.4.1|readline]], too: ''sudo easy_install readline ipython''   * If you want [[http://ipython.org/|IPython]], you probably have to install [[http://pypi.python.org/pypi/readline/6.2.4.1|readline]], too: ''sudo easy_install readline ipython''
   * [[http://www5e.biglobe.ne.jp/~arcana/StartupSound/index.en.html|Startup Sound]] (Make it quieter before Lion!) [[http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20120513121111656|Adjusting Startup Chime]] after Lion.   * [[http://www5e.biglobe.ne.jp/~arcana/StartupSound/index.en.html|Startup Sound]] (Make it quieter before Lion!) [[http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20120513121111656|Adjusting Startup Chime]] after Lion.
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       * Command Key: Control Panel -> Keyboard -> Modifier Keys... -> swap Command and Control keys       * Command Key: Control Panel -> Keyboard -> Modifier Keys... -> swap Command and Control keys
         * Except that [[https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2793826?threadID=2793826&tstart=90|it doesn't persist past logging out]].         * Except that [[https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2793826?threadID=2793826&tstart=90|it doesn't persist past logging out]].
-      * [[http://lifehacker.com/5826055/make-your-keyboard-keys-repeat-properly-when-held-down-in-mac-os-x-lion|Make Your Keyboard Keys Repeat Properly When Held Down in Mac OS X Lion]].+      * [[http://lifehacker.com/5826055/make-your-keyboard-keys-repeat-properly-when-held-down-in-mac-os-x-lion|Make Your Keyboard Keys Repeat Properly When Held Down in Mac OS X Lion (macOS)]].
  
  
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   * [[wp>Sokoban|Sokoban]]   * [[wp>Sokoban|Sokoban]]
   * A [[http://build.last.fm/category/Scrobblers|Scrobbler]]   * A [[http://build.last.fm/category/Scrobblers|Scrobbler]]
-  * A [[http://www.plurk.com/API|new Plurk client]] 
  
 ==== Sokoban ==== ==== Sokoban ====
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 What matters here is the ability to scrobble what I've played to last.fm directly from my iPhone/iPod. What matters here is the ability to scrobble what I've played to last.fm directly from my iPhone/iPod.
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-==== Plurk ==== 
- 
-The existing official client could stand improvement. 
  
 ====== Prey ====== ====== Prey ======
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 [[https://panel.preyproject.com/]] for when the device goes missing. (Or is stolen by a thief.) [[https://panel.preyproject.com/]] for when the device goes missing. (Or is stolen by a thief.)
  
-====== NFS for OS X ======+====== NFS for macOS ======
  
 On the server side get your user ID and group ID (id -u; id -g), and update /etc/exports with something like: On the server side get your user ID and group ID (id -u; id -g), and update /etc/exports with something like:
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