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acl-tools-osx v0.1.1 and an Introduction

Back in 2013, I hacked together (and silently released to GitHub) a set of command line utilities for working with OS X file ACLs (Access Control Lists) and ACEs (Access Control Entries), collectively named acl-tools-osx. Included are three utilities written in bash:

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Keeping Up with Ever-changing Browser & Internet Security Standards

My advice on which browsers to run on which versions of iOS and OS X, from Small Dog Electronics’ Barkings! blog:

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tools-osx 2011-06-02

I’ve updated my collection of Mac OS X command line tools with improvements to the trash tool:

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tools-osx 2011-02-25

There’s been a small addition to my collection of Mac OS X command line tools:

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tools-osx 2010-12-08

I’ve got a new release of my collection of Mac OS X command line tools for you, including:

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Announcing tools-osx

Ever since Mac OS X was released, I’ve found myself working via the command line more and more every year. While there are some native commands like open, pbcopy, and pbpaste with NeXTSTEP roots which help one switch back and forth between the CLI & GUI, I’ve always found a few gaping holes.

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Enabling Networking for Haiku OS Under VMware Fusion

I have a fair amount of nostalgia for BeOS and have watched the development of Haiku OS over the years, even giving it a number of goes under VMware. I never bothered to get networking working, but with the release of Haiku R1/alpha1 I had to try. Here’s how:

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Java Vulnerability on Mac OS X

My advice for preventing vulnerability to the latest proof-of-concept attack vector utilizing Java:

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Connect360 Version 3.34

To follow up on Monday’s initial impressions of Connect360 version 3.31, specifically the following note I added after attempting to upgrade to version 3.33 which they released later that day:

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Connect360 Version 3.31

Also while I was out of town, Nullriver released version 3.31 of Connect360, their Xbox 360 media streaming app for Mac OS X, on April 24th. This new version has the following changes:

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