Tried to install High Sierra to test it out, and I couldn’t get the disk recognized by the installer. Solution? Boot from your Sierra ISO (not High Sierra) and format the disk with HFS+J, then reboot into the High Sierra installer, and do what needs to be done; the disk will now be available.
If you ever used a sparsebundle file, whatever the reason, you probably had to fight at some point to restore your data. And most likely, you lost everything. It’s happened to me over and over again; backup “disks” become corrupted. They are extremely fragile and won’t even survive a reboot if not properly dismounted. I’m… Read More »
Once in a while, you’ll try to install something and you’ll get errors such as: Error: Failed to activate libdvdread: Image error: /opt/local/include/dvdread/bitreader.h already exists and does not belong to a registered port. Unable to activate port libdvdread. Use ‘port -f activate libdvdread’ to force the activation. To fix this, you can either force the… Read More »
Bought this headset a couple of weeks ago, through I’d post a review. While I was anxiously waiting for the package to arrive, I preinstalled the software on my PC. First thing after unwrapping, was plugging it in to make sure it had a charge. Immediately after pairing the device, I get notified there’s a… Read More »
Every time I hear a gamer claim something is using a RNG, I can’t help but laugh. Why? Because: Obviously, RNG’s do not always work as they should, and are completely dependent on how the developer coded them. So next time you hear a gamer talk about RNG, you can have a good laugh too.
Welcome back! Unfortunately, due to unforeseeable events, the old database has been wiped. More on this in a few weeks/months. For now, I’ll try to repopulate the site as best I can.
How to start this disaster… Well, first off, the company doesn’t really seem to exist. There’s a toll-free phone number but that’s it. No website, no other way to contact them… which leads me to believe this may simply be a re-branding operation. The only stores in Canada that seem to have their products are… Read More »
This can be useful for meta-packages like Gnome or KDE. Take a few minutes to configure every package, then let it run. Make sure your shell is bash and that you’re in the port’s directory, and run: for x in `make all-depends-list`; do cd $x; make config; done Make sure to go back to the… Read More »
So you decided to use .htaccess authentication for your site. And now you’re wondering how to create a logout page? According to Apache, you can’t. They send the ball to browsers, who apparently don’t want to support such a feature. There are few workarounds, but all of them seemed odd. Most people were suggesting sending… Read More »