I’ve been reading about this newly discovered bug in the Bash Unix shell command line interface called “shellshock” and it apparently puts my Mac OS X system at risk? How do I fix my iMac before it’s hacked?
I’m in on the beta program and am eager to start trying out Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) but am very aware that it’s a beta release. So I want to install it on a removable USB flashdrive. Doable? And if so, how do I proceed?
I’m a Web site developer and the latest project is for a company involves Sun Solaris users. I don’t even know what Solaris is, but now we have to test against a Unix system. Short of buying one, what’s my easiest solution?
I really like that I can use the “Messages” app on my MacBook Air instead of tapping slowly on my iPhone, but the one thing I can’t figure out is emoticons. You know, the cute little smiley faces, clouds and other pics. Is there a way to add emoticons to my Messages?
I’m learning how to write shell scripts on my Mac OS X Mavericks system and would like to identify and extract specific information from the EXIF information in photos. Is that possible from the Bash shell command line?