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Nfs operation not permited

NFS operation not permitted Symptom: When trying to mount NFS on a Mac OS X client, find “operation not permitted” in /var/log/system.log. Explanation: It turns out the the Darwin default is to assume the NFS will take place on an insecure port, i.e. >1024. Solution 1: The suggested solution is to add “insecure” to the… Leer más »

Minicom macosx

Here’s a step-by-step set of instructions on how to console onto your cisco router or switch from your mac using minicom. Install minicom via Fink [Fink minicom page]. In the Terminal, type fink install minicom Purchase the Keyspan PDA adapter. Install the driver and reboot Configure minicom. Type minicom -s in the Terminal, and select… Leer más »

Changing your PATH macosx

Every time you execute a command by using only the command’s name (for example, ls or pwd), your shell looks for the command in a list of directories. That list is stored in the PATH environment variable. The PATH list provides a shortcut for finding commands. If it weren’t for the PATH list, you would… Leer más »