By default Apple has hidden the additional screen resolutions in the display panel in system preferences. To access these additional resolutions you need to hold the Option key while clicking on the Scaled radio button for the monitor of your choice.
If you’re troubleshooting some of the more difficult problems that you can have on a Mac, a good place to look are the System & Kernel Logs contained within Console app. Unfortunately there are times when you can’t access Console either because you are remotely troubleshooting, in SingleUser Mode, or even because the log files have grown so large that it actually […]
Enter the following in to the command line, follow each line with the return key:
Having issues with users authenticating to OS X Server, your may need to reset the password server: sudo killall PasswordService
Greylisting: sudo serveradmin settings mail:postfix:greylist_disable = no Whitelisting: sudo serveradmin settings mail:postfix:add_whitelist_domain = ‘domain1.com,domain2.com,etc’
OSX 10.8 Once you’ve installed MySQL, you’ll need to establish the “root” password. Using terminal enter the following:
Here are some commands you may find useful:
If while trying to install via “sh install.sh” and you receive an error for the md5sum saying it failed, do the following to the install.sh file.