A while back I posted very excitedly about an update to the du
forgot to post that I actually used it for something... We pushed Druva
It is an objective fact that the Beach Boys are one of the 5 most
overrated bands of all time, however, that discussion will have to wait
for another time & place...It is fun when you can still do something
slightly interesting with .plist modificati...
I am not a huge Firefox user, but, there are so many things that are
great about it & about how it's made that I sometimes get sad it isn't
as popular as it used to be especially given the fact that Google &
Google Chrome (which are destroying the in...
I've Got The Power An Extension Attribute script for Mac portable
battery health: #!/bin/bash #shellcheck disable=SC2207 if !
/usr/sbin/sysctl -n hw.model | /usr/bin/grep -q -i 'book' then echo
"no"; exit fi IFS=$'\n'
@ammonsc your test command does not work because the output of "$?" is
always an exit code (i.e., an integer...)It is correct that "$?"
captures the last command's exit code in the current shell. You may not
get the result you intend when using "$?" ...
Here's what I am going to use: #!/bin/sh # Jamf extension attribute to
determine if a Mac has Silicon SoC or Intel CPU with T2 # Macs that
do not fit either criteria are unable to make use of 'System Preferences
> Erase All Contents and Settings'...
sure if either of those will suit your needs but that...