Tag Archives: linux
A Possible Successor to macOS Server
There’s a glimmer of hope on the horizon for small and medium-sized businesses that use macOS Server to provide services like DNS, email, calendaring, file sharing, web serving and...

Have a Spare Flash Drive? Build...
Do you have a few USB flash drives lying around? Chances are you have at least a couple, or maybe even a small drawer full of them. In my...

Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac Parallels Desktop 13: A Quick Look...
During the past few months I’ve had the pleasure of working with Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac, the latest in a line of virtualization tools from Parallels. With every release,...

Linux on a Recycled Mac: Trying...
A few weeks ago we ran an article about how to install Linux on a Mac, and it generated a lot of comments. One of the more common themes...


Tux the penguin, the official mascot of Linux Tech Tip: How to Install and...
Linux is an open-source Unix-like operating system that has been available in one form or another since 1991. Many servers operate on Linux, which is probably its primary use case....

OWC Releases Firmware Update For Industry-Leading...
In order to bring top performance and stability from its industry-leading, SandForce-driven Solid State Drive line, Other World Computing has released its new proprietary firmware version, now available free for...

Freeware Friday
It’s been a while since I’ve lobbed some free software your way. Since we don’t have an installation video this week, I figured this was an optimal time to...