mac os x

Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite

It’s just a short instructions how to run Apache and PHP on OS X Yosemite. PHP and Apache are already there – just need to run Apache and enable PHP. Video showing up whole process is available here: Here you can check out exact changes. Firsting first – we have to run Apache sudo apachectl start Then make some changes in httpd.conf file sudo nano /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Find two lines LoadModule rewrite_module libexec/apache2/mod_rewrite.
A clipboard manager for Mac OS X

A clipboard manager for Mac OS X

Really tiny but useful program.  ClipMenu can manage clipboard history. You can record 8 clipboard types, from plain text to image. To paste a recorded item, you just pop up menu by invoking the shortcut key, and select a menu item from the menu.

There is also snippet function – you can also register texts you frequently use, like e-mail addresses, user IDs and so on. You can paste these snippets from the menu, too.

Mac OS X Window Manager

Mac OS X Window Manager

I was looking for some kind of easy to use Window Manager for Mac OS X. Usually I’m working on multiple screen with multiple application open (usually it’s between 4-8). It’s really hard to organise everything in proper order and placement. Arranging windows it’s slow, especially when you need to compare or see results on multiple window at once.

CentOS 6 and Mac OS Extended (HFS Plus) support

CentOS 6 and Mac OS Extended (HFS Plus) support

By default CentOS 6 does not have support for Mac OS Extended HFS Plus support.

HFS Plus or HFS+ is a file system developed by Apple Inc. to replace their Hierarchical File System (HFS) as the primary file system used in Macintosh computers (or other systems running Mac OS). It is also one of the formats used by the iPod digital music player. HFS Plus is also referred to as Mac OS Extended (or, erroneously, “HFS Extended”), where its predecessor, HFS, is also referred to as Mac OS Standard (or, erroneously, as “HFS Standard”)