Restoring Files When Your Mac Refuses to Boot

Today, without warning (unless you consider kernel panics at an increasing frequency a warning), my Late-2011 MacBook Pro called it quits. It shut down as I was using it. The farthest it could get was mid-boot before shutting off again. Booting with verbose mode (holding ⌘+V at boot) showed what appeared to be disk permission […]

Adding Bash Aliases in OS X

Opening a Terminal in any Unix-based OS will generally present a user with a bash prompt. Even though the bash prompt excels at interactivity, supporting command line editing, completion, and recall, there are still ways to customize it to each user’s specific needs and preferences. One such way is by creating bash aliases. Bash aliases […]