I recently picked up a Raspberry Pi from Creatron Inc with the intention of creating a dashboard.
The following are instructions for installing Linux (Debian Wheezy) on the SD card from OS X Mountain Lion. I used the built in SD card reader on my Macbook Air and used several different SD cards, all 4 Gig or greater and all class 10.
These instructions assume comfort with the command line.
If you work with more then one Apple Developer account, keeping provisioning certificates and profiles straight can be a real pain.
Apple does a lot right, but this is one part of the development process that is, frankly, shit.
Naming conventions when generating a certificate request can go a long way to minimizing the drama.
If these conventions, or similar ones, are used, there is reduced confusion when examining the certificates in Xcode and the Keychain App.
Looking for a quick way to burn an ubuntu linux cdrom, I found this quick way of burning an iso image from the command line:
hdiutil burn cdrom-image.iso
Apparently this will also do OS X dmg image files too.
For those like myself who like the command line tools, this is a good one to know about.
I was looking for something that would give me hotkeys to control iTunes on Windows XP at work.
When I step away from my desk I like to pause my music when I lock it. Also, I dislike having to navigate to iTunes to change the song or adjust the iTunes volume.
I found AutoHotKey which has a scripting language, active forum and licensed under GPL.
In order for the WordPress emails to go out properly, I had to setup Sendmail to connect to my Internet Service Providers SMTP server.
More details after the cut.