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Answer from Patrix's link here. dd To create binary file of 1GB by dd if=/dev/urandom of=sample.bin bs=64m count=16 giving which is preferred by the linked answer but is slow with records in my Macbook Air mid-2013 on Yosemite 10.10.3 1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 116.436 s, 9.2 MB/s. openssl The following command is faster but does not create ...
You can easily install rstudio by typing the following: brew cask install rstudio To be able to install it, you need homebrew installed and homebrew cask. To install homebrew type: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" To enable homebrew cask type: brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask
Just install BigBoss Recommended Tools, oTool is included there.
It has been mentioned, but only in passing: Atom (https://atom.io/) is open source and developed by GitHub. Integration with github is superb and it is particularly interesting these days since there is a lot of development with new features and new ideas regularly. I think it will cover your whole list of requirements through extensions (packages - ...
These are some of my favorites from a front end designer's standpoint: Coda Espresso Sublime Text TextMate Atom (my personal choice currently)
I'd second the recommendations for Sublime Text and the JetBrains products (I use WebStorm extensively in my job). If you want something free, atom is well worth a look. It's fairly bare-bones, but has a wide selection of plugins that should encompass what you need.
I have Eclipse installed in a Linux machine. A while ago I did a Linux update and it messed up the fonts on the entire system. All the fonts got larger. So, I went all over the place resizing the fonts for each application. Guess what?! On the next Linux update, the fonts got back to normal. However, I had to go back and undo all the font resizing that I ...
Yeah, There is c++ ide in AppStore. But the problem is that it is paid app.there are around 3 or 4 c++ ide. Some of the ide are cppcode,codetogo,c++ ide.
Make sure gcc and g++ are at least version 5.0 (eg. brew install gcc5 --with-fortran --without-multilib) Download the openmpi tar.gz file here: http://www.open-mpi.org/ cd ~/Downloads tar zxvf openmpi...tar.gz cd openmpi.... ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/openmpi make make install Now add export MPI_DIR=/usr/local/openmpi export ...
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