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March 1st, 2014 Comments off

Here is how you connect your mac to an ssh server and establish Dynamic port forwarding allowing you to browse safely.

1. Open Terminal

2. st0ma:~ st0ma$ ssh -D 8080
Authenticate with your ssh user credentials.
3. In your browser of choice, setup the advanced network settings to use a socks proxy
on localhost (or IP and port 8080 as we issued in the Dynamic forwarding in point 2.

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MAC DMG to Disk

September 29th, 2010 Comments off

Long time no see, huh?

I have been quite busy lately figuring out the meaning of life and didn’t have enough time to share my IT tribulations with the public. With great amazement I even discovered that the database host of the wordpress has changed and my site hasn’t been working for some time. However I am back! Back for good..
This post is meant to suite purely self regulatory purpose of not forgetting the command to write dmg images to devices.
It is quite useful when upgrading Mac OSX Leopard to Leopard Snow for example.

Here is the code

asr -source /Volumes/WhereDMGisMounted -target /Volumes/Disk -erase

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