In addition to my shell scripting series, I am creating several highly-focused topics relating to Linux. These will be $5-$10 courses that focus on some things like dracut, kdump, cloud-init, etc. I often find myself needing certain knowledge in focused areas. so instead of a giant course on "Linux,
UPDATE 3: It's working now [https://jacobsalmela.com/2021/01/08/udemy-course-open-for-real-this-time/]. UPDATE 2: Just wait a while if you want to enroll. Udemy support is doing things. UPDATE: Udemy kidney punched me and you may not be able to enroll. I'm working on fixing that now. This won't make
> Featured Presentation Jacob Salmela with Hopkins High School provided our feature presentation Under Cover Of Shell (Scripting). Take a look at Jabob’s website and his GitHub repository. You’ll find he’s solved plenty of issues with scripting. He introduced us to GeekTool, a desktop information display, which he
I will be presenting Under Cover Of Shell (Scripting) at JAMF HQ at 5:00 on April 23rd. There is still time to register [https://www.eventbrite.com/e/twin-cities-mac-admins-meetup-registration-16511855404?ref=jacobsalmela.com] if you are interested in attending; it’s free! You can find links to all the resources
You need an administrator password to un-pause a printer in OS X. It is possible to add a user to the lpadmin group [https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=7422#responseChild39102] . sudo dseditgroup -n /Local/Default -o edit -a username lpadmin This will give them rights to the printer,
On April 23 at JAMF [http://www.jamfsoftware.com/about/] headquarters in downtown Minneapolis, I will be presenting at the April MSP Mac Admins Meetup [http://www.mspmacadmins.org/2015/04/meetup-april-23-2015/]. My presentation will cover real-life examples of how scripting [https://jacobsalmela.com/tag/scripting] can be used. You
In enterprise environments, there is often an open guest network and a secured enterprise network. Often, you do not want users to connect [https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=13347#responseChild79098] to the guest network because it is throttled down and does not grant access to organizational network resources.
The error stems from the way OS X stores files [http://www.macyourself.com/2010/01/07/solution-to-finder-error-code-36-in-10-6-when-copying-folders/] . If you have ever seen Apple files on a PC, you may have seen files beginning with a ._ (dot-underscore). While this problem was seen on Snow Leopard, I recently saw this issue