Formatting log extracts, understanding and selecting the fields to display, predicates to filter an extract, using string search, and top-down search for working with the unified log.
How it came about, what Apple’s goals were and their effect on the log contents, how it works, and an overview of the tools available to work with it.
We eradicated smallpox, and are on the verge of doing the same to polio. Simple lessons on naming and communicating extend to macOS malware, and Apple’s role.
Setting permissions in Terminal is simple. This basic introduction explains how to understand the notation used, and save yourself time fiddling in the Finder.
If you’re not sure what a ZWJ is, then now’s the time to catch up. How Unicode emoji have made it impossible to count characters.
Time Machine backups look like ordinary files and folders, but you have to be careful what you do to them. Here’s how you can go inside them in safety, and what you can do.
Preciziun can now open documents from their macOS Bookmarks, and preview them in Quick Look.
When should you reset your SMC and NVRAM, repair permissions, install a Combo update, or re-install the whole of macOS?
Wouldn’t it be good to be able to locate important documents using Bookmarks, which endure even when you restart, or move the document? Now you can.
One of the Finder’s grand illusions, these are standard documents actually composed of a hierarchy of files and folders. Here are some details of common packages.