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Gmail – Sending email from an application or device

Having trouble sending emails from a security camera, printer or other device that doesn’t meet the current security standards? Login to your Gmail account and follow the link below to allow devices to connect with less security. This option will not work if the email account has 2-step verification turned on. https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps

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Linux Command Line

Using Find When no arguments are given, find lists all files in the current directory and all of its subdirectories. Commonly used options to shorten the list include -name (only list files with a certain pattern in their name), -iname (also ignore the case of file names), and -type (which will restrict the results to files of a certain specified type, such as d for directory, l for symbolic […]

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iOS Resolutions

Dimensions for iOS devices. Devices Portrait Landscape iPhone 5iPhone 5, 5S, 5C 640×1136 px 1136×640 px iPhone 4/4S 640×960 px 960×640 px iPhone & iPod Touch1st, 2nd and 3rd Generation 320×480 px 480×320 px Retina iPadiPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air 1536×2048 px 2048×1536 px iPad Mini 768×1024 px 1024×768 px iPad Mini Retina 1536×2048 […]

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System & Kernel Logs from the Command Line in Mac OS X

If you’re troubleshooting some of the more difficult problems that you can have on a Mac, a good place to look are the System & Kernel Logs contained within Console app. Unfortunately there are times when you can’t access Console either because you are remotely troubleshooting, in SingleUser Mode, or even because the log files have grown so large that it actually […]

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