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How to Code Signing to Your Java Project
January 9, 2018
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Recently I was developing an App using Java that will be launched from Website Directly using JNI Technique. I have created a Jar file. But problem is your Jar File will be not leaded or run if the Jar File is not signed with any Code Signing Certificate.   You must generate the CSR from […]
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Java Jar Application Crash fix on MacOSX
May 14, 2016
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Java Jar Application Crash fix on MacOSX
If you use System.currentTimeMillis(); -- do not forget to add the header import java.lang.*;
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How To Copy SVN Project From One Host to Another Host
August 23, 2015
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Today I need to move the whole SVN to a new server  that is under different IP. I have followed the below step-by-step process. My Current PC IP: 192.162.0.1 New PC IP: 192.162.0.2 MacOSX Command: 1. need to login the old server  and run the below command in your command console: First Run the below Command in […]
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How To Relocate Your MAC Project SVN
August 23, 2015
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Our Project SVN Folder was moved recently from one Host to another Host. I was looking for the command solution to change the SVN Location of the project that are dumped in my MACOSX. Now, I have found it what command I need to run. 1. Run command prompt 2. cd to the project folder. […]
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HTML Email Signatures in Mail.app for Mac OSX Mountain Lion
November 20, 2014
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Step 1: Now open Mail.app and go into the preferences Mail > Preferences > Signatures.  You will see all your email accounts, select one of your email account (e.x. gmail, yahoo, outlook etc), then by Clicking + Icon under the Signature List Box, create a new signature for that email account. Now Close the Mail.app. […]
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Running Multiple Instance of Skype
November 20, 2014
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MAC OSX: Delete Finder preferences using ‘Terminal’ App
November 12, 2014
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Step 1: Open Terminal, located in the Applications > Utilities folder. Step 2: Delete the primary Finder preferences file by typing following command at terminal: $  rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist Press Return. Now Restart your Computer.
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MAC OSX: Can not open my ‘Downloads’ folder. Finder Crashes.
November 12, 2014
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How to Edit the Hosts File in Mac OS X
November 7, 2014
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A Mini System Monitor for Mac
November 5, 2014
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iStat Mini is a compact way to keep an eye on your CPU, memory pressure, disk usage and network activity. Simply slide out OS X Yosemite’s Notification Center to glance at the stats, then slide it back again to free up your workspace.

To Download: http://bjango.com/mac/istatmini/