macOS 11.0 Big Sur comes with Apache 2.4 pre-installed. This leads to a situation where port 80 is taken and you cannot use it for other purposes (like creating Docker environments). When you go to http://localhost, you will see “It works!”. To stop Apache Server, open your Terminal and type: sudo apachectl stop Unfortunately after… read more
Fairly easy process. Open your terminal and check what’s your current username by typing: Now type: where slick should be replaced with the result of whoami command.
To restore Sublime Text 3 to the factory settings, all you have to do is to close the application and open your terminal. Now remove the Sublime Text 3 directory located inside your home directory at:
Adding your public SSH key to remote host will allow you to SSH without typing password over and over again. Open your terminal on your local machine and type: This is self explanatory. Replace host-user and host-ip-address with your real values. You should be prompted for your password for the very last time. Once that’s… read more
Open Terminal and type:
This is quite annoying but the fix is just a matter of several clicks. Go to System Preferences, select Mission Control and untick the checkbox next to “Displays have separate Spaces”. Log out and log back in.
Recently I was playing around with an app that had a feature to assign a profile picture. What caught my attention was the fact, that the popup that allows to do so, shows all my profile pictures I used to have since macOS Mavericks in a section called Recents. This section however does not appear… read more
Removing a symlink in terminal (both applicable to macOS and Linux) is exactly the same process as removing a regular file. Open terminal, locate the symlink and use rm to remove it. For example You’re done.