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It is part of the the digital audio out built into that port. You can plug in a toslink cable instead of a 1/8th inch analog cable to get digital audio from your Mac Book. (via) might not work in Ubuntu


No apps come directly to mind that are that generic. Though I use PogoPlug for the very thing you describe. It is basically a private cloud. The device itself is very inexpensive, less than $50, and there are applications for all of the mobile platforms that will upload your pictures automatically. You just need to plug the PogoPlug into your network and ...


Dropbox is likely the best for storing photos in the cloud. It allows you to easily, and simply select photos from your library and then upload them to the Dropbox cloud. The one caveat is that it is annoying to restore images because you have to go to each picture and restore it individually. Who knows, perhaps they will come out with an update that will ...


I see a few issues from what you posted. error: unable to unlink old 'Library/Homebrew/test/mach/a.out' (Permission denied) It seems to me you have a permissions issue perhaps from the leftover previous installation of Homebrew. You should remove all traces of the previous installation before you reinstall. And Homebrew doesn't want to be installed ...


I'd recommend to start from brew doctor which should point you at potential problems and tells you how to address them.


you can't simply place the fedora disk images (.iso) onto the dvd, you must burn it onto the dvd using a command such as "dd" or by using disk utility


You can use the standard ping that the Mac OSX comes with to find pmtu. ping -D -s <size> <host> shoud do the trick. Please note, the size is just the ICMP datagram payload size. To see the IP MTU, you need to add 8 bytes of the ICMP header and 20 bytes of the IP header (so for example, to send 1500 Bytes long IP packet, you need to specify ...


traceroute is available on the Mac. Traceroute is actually a more featured version of tracepath. man traceroute will give you the details but traceroute <host> does the same thing as tracepath <host>.

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