TL;DR: To authenticate as sudo in Terminal, paste the following line into /etc/pam.d/sudo auth sufficient pam_tid.so Step-by-step Instructions: Firstly you’ll need to open /etc/pam.d/sudo in a file editor within Terminal. You can do this by running the following command: sudo vi /etc/pam.d/sudo Then, press the i key on your keyboard, this will allow you … [Read more…]
To bypass Gatekeeper and open an app when “App cannot be opened. You should move it to trash.” comes up, simply open Terminal (Applications > Utilities > Terminal) and run the following command: sudo xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine /Applications/name of app.app You’ll need to replace name of app.app with the name of the application you’re trying … [Read more…]
On macOS, going to the System Profiler doesn’t give you the exact model number of your CPU, rather it just gives you the clock speed and the CPU branding (e.g; Intel Core i7). You can, however, use Terminal to find the exact model number of your CPU. Just open up Terminal (Applications > Utilities > … [Read more…]
While iOS devices automatically sync volume output with a connected Bluetooth device, most Android phones don’t – the Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of these phones. This results in your phone and headphones/speaker having separate volume controls which can get quite annoying when your phone is in your pocket but you want to be able … [Read more…]
hMailServer naively supports using ClamAV (provided you have it installed), but ClamAV arguably isn’t the most effective antivirus available. Since Windows Server 2016 comes with Windows Defender built in, you can use Windows Defender as a third-party virus scanner instead of purchasing something else. It’s all very easy to configure too.
It appears that Apple have removed the ability to enable Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere from within System Preferences. Fortunately, it’s easy enough to enable with 1 line in a terminal window. This line will enable and set the Allow apps downloaded from: preference to Anywhere. sudo spctl –master-disable Once you’ve run the command, close down System Preferences and … [Read more…]
NOTICE: This article has been updated for macOS Sierra and macOS High Sierra – I’ve included OS X El Capitan, macOS Sierra, and macOS High Sierra instructions for any stages with different requirements or commands. At the time of writing, Apple still don’t offer a simple utility one can use to create a bootable USB … [Read more…]