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apple [2017/01/17 14:37]
dblume [Daemons, Agents, Cron, Launchd]
apple [2020/03/17 17:26] (current)
dblume [Configuration] brew install telnet
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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 
 +  brew install pv 
 +  brew install gnupg 
 +  brew install telnet 
 +  # 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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 ===== Daemons, Agents, Cron, Launchd ===== ===== Daemons, Agents, Cron, Launchd =====
  
-The preferred way to set a repeating task is not to use a cronjob but launchd.+The preferred way to set a repeating task is not to use a cronjob but launchd. :!: Note that there's a breaking change in macOS Catalina. [[https://www.reddit.com/r/MacOS/comments/dffpzj/launchd_agent_no_longer_functions_after_catalina/|Launchd agent no longer functions after Catalina upgrade]].
  
 In your ~/bin directory, create a job to run, tag_ip_address.sh In your ~/bin directory, create a job to run, tag_ip_address.sh
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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. sleep 11  # if launched as a daemon, live for 11s to not be detected as buggy.
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     <key>Program</key>     <key>Program</key>
         <string>/Users/dblume/bin/tag_ip_address.sh</string>         <string>/Users/dblume/bin/tag_ip_address.sh</string>
 +    <key>StandardOutPath</key>
 +        <string>/tmp/com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist.out.txt</string>
 +    <key>StandardErrorPath</key>
 +        <string>/tmp/com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist.err.txt</string>
     <key>StartCalendarInterval</key>     <key>StartCalendarInterval</key>
-    <dict> +        <dict> 
-        <key>Hour</key> +            <key>Hour</key> 
-        <integer>12</integer> +            <integer>12</integer> 
-        <key>Minute</key> +            <key>Minute</key> 
-        <integer>0</integer> +            <integer>0</integer> 
-    </dict>+        </dict>
 </dict> </dict>
 </plist> </plist>
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 <code bash> <code bash>
-$ launchctl load -w com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist+$ launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.dlma.tag_ip_address.plist
 </code> </code>
  
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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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