Category Archives: OS X

Ubuntu, VirtualBox, OS X and Keyboards

Today i wanted to use scm manager. This appliance is available as a virtual machine image. I chose the variant for VirtualBox. Advertisements

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Updating jboss wildfly to the latest version

Updating wildfly installed by homebrew is as easy as it could be: 1. update brew packages 2. upgrade wildfly A bit more verbose: Check which version of wildfly-as is installed. You should see something similar to the following lines: [mupfel@volkers-imac]$~ > … Continue reading

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Terminating multiple processes at once with OS X

I really like the activity monitor that goes with os x. But sometime it sucks. For example when you want to kill a group of processes. You can mark multiple entries in the process list but you can not end … Continue reading

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Installing Docker on OS X Homebrew

Everybody is talking docker, bsd jail, container virtualization and that it is easy, great and all… I got infected, too. But since docker is a linux thing there’re a few steps required to get it going on OS X. And … Continue reading

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Ejecting optical media

Sometimes the “Eject Button” to eject optical media like cd or dvd doesn’t work. This can happen due to a bad media inserted or else. How to get the damn thing out without opening the case? In the ol’ days … Continue reading

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List all deployed artifacts in wildfly 8

JBoss Wildfly comes with a very handy command line interface jboss-cli.sh. Jboss-cli can execute arbitrary commands on your wildfly installation. Example: Using this tool it’s very easy to get an overview over all currently deployed artifacts (ear, war and jar … Continue reading

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Delete entire database from mongo from cmd line

To quickly delete / remove a entire database from mongo you can use the command line interface: volker@Volkers-MacBook-Pro ~> mongo 127.0.0.1 # connect to default port MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9 connecting to: 127.0.0.1/test > show dbs AWESOME_DB 0.203125GB local 0.078125GB … Continue reading

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