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Jul
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comment What is CUPS on port 631?
The 631 port is open even with Printer Sharing unchecked. This is on 10.10.4 at least.
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May
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asked Safari: prevent Google Search from re-focusing search box on keypress
May
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Nov
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accepted Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
Nov
8
comment Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
Sensible suggestions, but is it normal that it takes ~2 s to (fully) open a directory over AFP? (I've updated the bold part of the question.)
Nov
8
revised Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
AFP itself is slow?
Nov
4
revised Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
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Oct
29
comment Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
@Hobbes, Xcode is fast when opening project on local-disk (thanks to SSD), but slow as hell when opening project from VPN-AFP-disk (takes a minute to show Xcode interface, then I also leave it for an hour for indexing). PS. I don't want the liability of having the company's project on my local-disk; also, the project interfaces to a web-service on company's LAN.
Oct
29
comment Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
@Hobbes, interestingly no. While doing a build both speeds hover at ~40 kB/s. If I move between the classes fast I can get it to 100 kB/s max. To give you an idea of how slow it is: after switching to a ~500 LOC class, I have to wait ~10 s to get syntax highlighted. :)
Oct
29
comment Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
@Hobbes, I get 85 kB/s (home -> work) and 700 kB/s (home <- work). Measured with rsync -a --progress --stats --human-readable source destination.
Oct
29
asked Mac-to-Mac VPN Xcode speed: AFP vs VNC
Sep
14
accepted OS X: disable CMD-H or “Hide App” command?
Sep
14
asked OS X: disable CMD-H or “Hide App” command?
Sep
12
accepted OS X Terminal: “backward delete word” works only with C-M-h