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$59 HDFury Universal PSU Doctor Supports Power Monitoring via iOS or Android

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/11

Interesting device [WayBack]: $59 HDFury Universal PSU Doctor Supports Power Monitoring via iOS or Android which has a lot more details.

Via: [WayBack] +HDfury has launched a 3-port USB charger/power supply with power monitoring function. – Jean-Luc Aufranc – Google+

–jeroen

Posted in Android, Apple, Development, Hardware Development, Hardware Interfacing, iOS, Power User, USB | Leave a Comment »

(35) Introducing Macintosh System 7.5 Product Overview – July 15, 1994 – Apple VHS Archive – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/20

Some 23 years ago…

Posted in Apple, Classic Macintosh, History, Macintosh SE/30, Power User | Leave a Comment »

MacOS System 7.0.1 Compilation : Apple Computer : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/17

Cool stuff to compare when I have my Macintosh SE/30 up and running again: [Archive.isMacOS System 7.0.1 Compilation : Apple Computer : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

Everything can either:

There is quite a bite included:

System Programs: Applications: Games: Utilities: Toys:
HyperCard, BBEdit Lite, Risk, HD Setup, Alarm
Macintosh MacDraw, Cannon Fodder, Disinfectant, Clock,
Basics, MacPaint, Shufflepuck. Disk Copy, Calculator,
Control Panels. Microsoft Excel, ResEdit, Note Pad,
Microsoft Word, TeachText, Puzzle,
Microsoft Works, Compact Pro, Mac Gzip,
Orion, Mar, Scrapbook.
Pagemaker, Stuffit Expander,
ZTerm. Stuffit Lite.

The [Archive.is] downloads:

../
00_coverscreenshot.jpg                          04-Apr-2017 04:51     50.9K
00_coverscreenshot_thumb.jpg                    04-Apr-2017 04:51     3.0K
_screenshot.gif                                 04-Apr-2017 04:51     62.7K
hd1.img                                         04-Apr-2017 04:12     20.4M
hd2.img                                         04-Apr-2017 04:12     20.4M
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation.gif                 04-Apr-2017 04:51     4.2K
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation_archive.torrent     16-Apr-2017 21:33     4.5K
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation_files.xml           16-Apr-2017 21:33     3.8K
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation_meta.sqlite         04-Apr-2017 04:51     14.0K
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation_meta.xml            04-Apr-2017 05:49     4.2K
mac_MacOS_7.0.1_compilation_reviews.xml         16-Apr-2017 21:33     633.0B
screenshot_00.jpg                               04-Apr-2017 04:51     50.9K
screenshot_00_thumb.jpg                         04-Apr-2017 04:51     3.0K

–jeroen

Via (and more background info at): [WayBackIn-browser Mac OS 7.0.1 emulation, compatible software suite arrives at the Internet Archive

A pair of 20MB hard drive compilations contain a full MacOS 7.0.1 environment that runs in a browser, and contains an assortment of applications spanning from 1984 to 1991 has appeared on the Internet Archive, with the entire bundle able to be run inside Safari.

 

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Launch & Run Multiple Instances of Any Application in Mac OS X

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/17

I needed a second instance of Atom to run on a second monitor:

open -n /Applications/Atom.app

Or even shorter:

open -na Atom

I got there via: Launch & Run Multiple Instances of Any Application in Mac OS X

The reason is that searching for Mac OS X start second Atom instance does not reveal satisfactory results, as the tips in these links all fail:

–jeroen

 

Posted in Apple, Atom, OS X, OS X El Capitan, OS X Maverick, OSX Yosemite, Power User, Text Editors | Leave a Comment »

Getting your local IPv4 addresses, netmasks and CIDRs

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/11

In order to scan some local networks for unknown hosts (yes, on some sites you need to perform archeology), I needed the local IPv4 addresses, netmasks and CIDRs on my Mac running OS X.

Part of that is using ifconfig to get local inet information which however uses hexadecimal network masks and delivers no CIDRs.

SoI was a bit premature when I wrote about “This could be done by creating bash functions mask2cdr and cdr2mask, but that’s a bit too convoluted right now” in Getting the IP addresses of gmail MX servers – via Super User – dig isn’t enough.

netmask to CIDR and CIDR to netmask conversion

I need mask2cdr now, so lets start with these two bash functions and their aliases:

Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Apple, bash, Development, OS X, OS X El Capitan, OS X Maverick, OSX Yosemite, Power User, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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