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Last active Dec 14, 2015
Line by line input for how I got SiriProxy running on a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.10 server
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# Must give props to Plamoni
# Additional props to Elvis as I'm pulling some steps from his installation process which you can find here:
# READ if you need ( This works for vi command as well )
# START HERE <------------------------------------------------------------
# NOTE: To execute this script: bash
# Pre Reqs, These are important!!!
# Install xCode
# Launch xCode and open Preferences
# Select the Downloads Tab in the Preference Panel
# Under Components install Command Line Tools

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phillpafford / speedmail.command.line.scpt
Created Sep 15, 2014
Speed up by vacuuming the Envelope Index
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Speed up by vacuuming the Envelope Index
Code from:
Originally by "pmbuko" with modifications by Romulo
Updated by Brett Terpstra 2012 <>
tell application "Mail" to quit
set sizeBefore to do shell script "ls -lah ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData | grep -E 'Envelope Index$' | awk {'print $5'}"
do shell script "/usr/bin/sqlite3 ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData/Envelope\\ Index vacuum"

This is a short article on how we integrate stash and slack in openmind

First of all i assume you have:

  • a working stash installation
  • a repository you to notify slack on pushes
  • stash user with administration priviledges
  • full access to the server (linux) where stash is installed on
  • a team configured on slack
  • slack user with administration priviledges
# $1 => Slack hook URL
# $2 => Channel name
# $3 => URL to web repo browser for base project
# Debugging output in /tmp/stash_slack.txt
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Verifying that +phillpafford is my blockchain ID.
phillpafford /
Created May 26, 2016 — forked from bzerangue/
Binding and Unbinding to Active Directory from Mac OS via Command Line

Binding and Unbinding to Active Directory from Mac OS via Command Line

  • Open the Terminal Application
  • Type in sudo -i and type in your Mac Administrator account password. sudo gives you root level or administrator level privileges.

To View current Active Directory Settings

dsconfigad -show

To Unbind a Computer from an Active Directory Domain

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"doc": {
"_meta": {
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