It seems SSHKeychain breaks on (recent?) Leopard builds because it wants to find a group for each user (eg samj:samj): #!/bin/sh chown -R $USER:$USER “$2/SSHKeychain.app” #chown root:admin “$2/SSHKeychain.app/Contents/Resources/TunnelRunner” #chmod u+s “$2/SSHKeychain.app/Contents/Resources/TunnelRunner” You’ll want to change the second ‘$USER’ to id -gn so it picks up your group name (eg ‘staff’) by itself, and while you’re […]
So it’s Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) today in San Francisco and Steve Jobs will certainly have some new goodies for us Mac junkies, likely: iPhone 2.0 Immediately available, probably worldwide, perhaps with new partnerships, probably cheaper again (who ever said being an Apple early adopter wasn’t without its costs?) New toys including 3G, GPS, […]
For those who liked the Google Apps – On in 60 seconds video (YouTube) you can also download the high quality original hosted ‘in the cloud’ on Amazon S3.
To celebrate today’s Google Apps launch here’s a screencast I whipped up showing just how easy it is with Google Apps to get ‘On in 60 seconds’: Update: On advice from Dave Girouard (VP, Google Enterprise) we’ve changed the name to ‘On in 60 seconds’ from the somewhat less enthralling ‘Setting up Google Apps’. Update: Thanks […]
So you’ve followed my instructions for updating config.guess for Interix 5.2 (the version shipping with Windows 2003 Server R2) and now you want to compile something. Interix ships with C Shell (csh) and Korn Shell (ksh) but lacks the Bourne Again Shell (bash) – the shell most Linux users will be familiar with, so why […]
The soon-to-be-released Windows 2003 Server R2 includes features that were previously shipped as Services for Unix (SFU) – perhaps the most interesting of which is Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA). At the time of writing, if you want to see what R2 is all about you’ll need to download the Windows Server 2003 R2 Release […]