On the server, go to the Time Machine menu item and select enter Time Machine. This will mount your Time Machine disk image automatically. On another machine open up an ssh session as an administrator (or you can mount the Time Machine backup image manually and do this locally) sudo bash to get a […]
This command will recursively remove ACL’s from your files. chmod -RN /path/to/directory
If while connected to your server over VPN, you are unable to resolve web addresses. It could be due to not having DNS servers properly configured in the VPN settings or not having a route configured.
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: