Every Monday, we'll show you how to do something new and simple with Apple's built-in command line application. You don't need any fancy software, or a knowledge of coding to do any of these. All you need is a keyboard to type 'em out!
With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple removed the web server features that had previously resided in OS X's Sharing preferences for many years. Fortunately, there's an easy way to replicate this feature using the web server built into Python (a programming language that comes pre bundled with OS X). This simple HTTP server can be started from any directory containing HTML or other pages that you wish to display in a web browser, and we'll show you how.
I was wondering if I can still set up iCloud on my iPhone even though I’m still on Snow Leopard on my Mac? Searches explain that I need to have Lion or higher to set up iCloud, but I was wondering if I can just set it up on the iPhone 4 directly without using my Mac?
Something appears to have changed since I upgraded to the latest version of OS X. When I first purchased my Mac with Snow Leopard, I could easily drag apps from the Dock to have them disappear in a puff of smoke. Since upgrading, I cannot seem to do this, nor can I remove items from the Finder sidebar. What am I doing wrong?
OS X Mountain Lion is finally here, and if you're like us, you're eager to install it and start playing with the more than 200 new features Apple has tucked away in its fur -- so let's have a look at what this process entails.
Just hours ahead of Wednesday's release of OS X Mountain Lion, a new Mac trojan has been discovered -- and you'll have good reason to upgrade, since the dormant OSX/Crisis only runs on Snow Leopard or OS X Lion.
It's been a cruel, cruel summer for Samsung so far, and the situation is only worsening. Across the sea in China, new lawsuits are cropping out like rampantly growing weeds. Will the real Snow Leopard please stand up?
Join us for another week of Law & Apple as we review the details while tryng to keep cool.
I’m looking to restore my Mac, but have upgraded my OS to Leopard and then to Snow Leopard. How would I go about restoring my Mac, and will I be able to upgrade my OS back to Snow Leopard after the restore? I still have all of the discs.