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For Samsung Printer Drivers on 10.14.x Mojave, this worked! Download http://splix.ap2c.org/ and unzip to get PPDs Select the PPD for your printer, mine was Samsung ML-1740 ml1740pt.ppd Download h …
answered Jul 23 '19 by sonjz
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VSCode now has an arm64 version, problem is there are still a lot of command-line developer tools that are using x86_64 architecture. At the moment there doesn't appear to be a plugin or preferences t …
asked Oct 13 '21 by sonjz
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I fiddled with trying to add another shell, etc, but found the easiest thing was to update your shell config to look for vscode. Once a zsh session loads and detects you are in the Integrated vscode …
answered Oct 13 '21 by sonjz
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As a developer, I have experienced major issues with installing languages, libraries and development tools from the command-line as Apple M1 has migrated over to using arm64 instead of x86_64 architec …
asked Oct 12 '21 by sonjz
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After installing Rosetta: softwareupdate --install-rosetta --agree-to-license It seems to be a good idea to run your entire Terminal in Rosetta: Go to Finder > Applications and find your Terminal (t …
answered Oct 12 '21 by sonjz