Another side effect of using modern macOS versions on unsupported Mac laptop is that you end up missing some features.
There are several ways of booting Linux in a system where you’ve installed OpenCore Legacy Patcher.
I know I have your attention. Well, I’ve been doing just that, because I’m using macOS Catalina in my old (but working!) MacBook Aluminum Unibody
Having a [virtual|cloud] drive in which I could keep some common tools, old works’ backup, unfrequently used ISO images and things like that, is an issue that has been coming to my mind for so long.
In my recent this-thing-is-not-working spree, I’ve fortunately found WP Mail SMTP. The thing that made me happy the most is that it works.
There’s an issue with some packages in Homebrew regarding SSL certificates. Once in a while I need to remember which env variable do I have to set in order to install its upgrades with Homebrew. Libreoffice is one of them.
Browsing through YouTube, I came across this interesting Dutch documentary from VPRO channel about information, power, social networks and the implications of any combination of them.
During my current interest about Azure cloud services, I’ve spotted this link with tons of free available ebooks about some interesting subjects.
After the well known Gitlab disaster / outage / disclosure, that could have been followed even in a live stream, some people think that they can extract certain conclusions.
I’ve been reading part of this article and I totally agree with what I’ve read.
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