Requirements: Mac OSX Sierra Version 10.12 (atleast for this tutorial) Evernote Standalone application (version 6.9.2 atleast for this tutorial) Stickies, default application for OSX Icon, if you wish to change how it looks Steps: Right click the note that you wish to have a shortcut. Press and hold Alt/Option button, then click Copy Classic […]
If you want to customize the look of your folders, shortcuts and other file types in OSX then here’s how to do it: Open your desired icon (PNG format for background transparency). Hit Ctrl+C (copy), make it sure that you are currently on Preview application when you do it. Then right click on the shortcut/folder/file […]
This method requires root privileges. Heads up, use this method at your own risk. I would not recommend using this approach in production level environment. Steps: Create a shell script drop_multiple_db.sh then paste the following contents in it. Set User and Password. Modify the contents of the DBS variable, write all the database names that you […]
Requirements: Tested on ESXi 5.5 and 6.0 vSphere client version 6.0 OS Windows 8 Putty for SSH access Assuming that you have root privileges/account on your ESXi Server. Steps: Login to your vSphere client. Click the ESXi server on the left panel, it is usually the IP of your server. Go to Configuration tab, […]
Steps: Login to your server. Let’s check your default location using pwd. Modify your .bashrc file. Append the cd /<desired location>. Save Logout/exit. Login again then check if your default directory is changed.
Steps: Open Start menu and click on Search. Type cmd then hit enter. Type ipconfig then hit enterr. Take note of the IP address (IPv4) then save it for later. Type systempropertiesremote.exe then hit enter. Select Allow Remote Connection to this Computer. Check Allow only Computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication. Click OK. That’s […]
Steps: Go to Menu -> Preferences Open/click Settings – User Append this line Do not forget to add a comma (,) from the previous entry. Save Restart Sublime You can now see the file path from your ST3’s title bar.
You can delete all files and/or directories with some exceptions using this command: We will be using: ls command to list all the names of files and folders on our current directory. | grep -v (grep inverse) to filter all the names of files and folders which are not on your <name> list. | xargs to pass the results from the previous commands […]
Steps: Go to command prompt (start->all programs->accessories->command prompt) Type diskpart Type list disk Type select disk <#> (where <#> is the number corresponding to the flash disk) Type clean Type create partition primary. Type active Type format fs=fat32 quick Type assign You can now copy bootable stuff in your bootable flash-drive.
Operating System: Windows Other Requirements: SVN (like Tortoise) SVN command line client Target Repository Steps: Open Windows Command Processor. Run this command: svn ls –depth infinity http://<url of your target repository>/ You have other options for the depth. For my case, I used infinity because I need the path of all files and sub-folders inside my […]