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Mount & Unmount Drives from the Command Line in Mac OS X and Copy Content

I have been struggling for a while to mount my WD Harddrive on Mac before I found this command line method to do this. Thanks to the author. 13 more words

Playing with Fusion

At the moment, I’m writing a chapter on voluntary contributions from Indigenous communities in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand during the First World War. Any discussion of First Nations enlistments in Canada is bound to include a discussion of the 114th (Brock’s Rangers) Battalion, raised in Haldiman County in Southwestern Ontario. 1,742 more words


Take control of your workspace

All of the first few articles in this series have been simple introductions to the power at your fingertips.
Now to realize more of that power and make it your own you need to understand and use your personal profile. 343 more words

Computers And Internet

MSBuild : Publish website from command line to FileSystem

Created Publish Profile for a website with VS2013 and tried to publish from command line targeting the solution(.sln) file which completed without error and without any output to targeted publish  folder. 33 more words


Search for a File in Windows DOS

Recently I’ve found myself digging through folders and subfolders looking for a file that I only remembered 1-2 words of the file name. Using the below command has proven very useful for doing this in windows command line. 95 more words

Windows Tips

Linux Network Commands: RTFM

Some handy little network commands you should know.

$ watch ss -tp
$ netstat -ant
$ netstat -tulpn
$ lsof -i
$ smb:// ip /share… 115 more words