Category: MAC OS

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chrome extension path on mac

Find the ID of the extension by going to chrome://extensions Go to your terminal and type the following (replace the ID with your extensions ID): sudo find . -type d -iname lmjegmlicamnimmfhcmpkclmigmmcbeh

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How to create scripts in terminal

Follow three simple steps to automate your terminal. Create a script Set the permissions Execute the script Create a script test.sh $vi test.sh ls -la echo ‘Hello Bash!’ Set the permissions $sudo chmod 777...

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Setup remote selenium driver

Do you want your Jenkins plan to run your functional automation tests to run against remote selenium host? Do you need help in setting up remote selenium host? Then this tutorial will teach you...

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Menumeter in El-capitan 10.11 (and later)

Have you upgraded to OS X El Capitan from App Store ? Did your favorite menu meter stopped working for you? Then download the latest version of menu meter from the following : Menumeter...

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A telnet to a server

telnet <ip-address> <port-number> telnet <name-of-the-server> <port-number> Most of the time people check connectivity via ping <ip-address> But ping command listens on other ports than you expect. Hence, you might get response back from server...