I needed to use SVN on a new installation of Mountain Lion OSX on my Macbook Pro and initially assumed it would be there because I already had Xcode installed however it was not or was not located in my path. After playing around in the Xcode interface for a moment I located the Command Line Tools package available for download which ended up installing svn on the command line. Below I describe how to verify if SVN is installed on OSX and explain how to install it if it does not already exist.app store, Apple, command line tools, downloads, install, lion, Mac, mountain lion, package, preferences, svn, terminal, which, xcode
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Apr 10 2011
The guy at the corner store near my house is always having me do some form of hack on his iPhone or some other random technical project so the other day when I went in to get a pack of smokes it was no surprise that he was asking me about how to upgrade Installous on his iPhone 4. He had Installous version 4 installed but I believe that Installous version 4.1.1 had been released and that is what he wanted to upgrade to. Easy enough however when I attempted to upgrade the package via Cydia it errored out. Below I describe how to get the new Installous installed.4.1.1, 4.1.2, Apple, appsync, appsync 4+, appsync40plus, cydia, install, installous, iPhone, package, uninstall, upgrade, us.hackulo
I am currently doing a lot of WiFi work and realized some of the tools I am used to using were not fully set up in my working version of Backtrack. One of the tools I use a lot is GiKismet which uses Google earth to map out access points. I will cover how to do that in a later article but for this article we are just going to get Google Earth installed.access, ap, backtrack, deb, earth, google, install, map, point, wardrive
Lately I have had a lot of requests on how to install Sun’s Virtual Box on Backtrack 4. Virtual Box is a virtual environment similar to Vmware but it is free. Virtual Box will allow you to run other operating systems on your host. This can be useful for security because you will not harm any one or any thing will practicing.
Below I will outline the few simple steps to install Virtual Box4, apt-get, backtrack, box, gpg, install, r2, repositories, security, sun, virtual
I have recently gotten a macbook pro to play around with so my next few articles will most likely cover getting the tools and such the way I want them on the mac book pro. The first thing I discovered is that many of the command line tools which I use every day such as nmap are available in the macports package which is a package management system similar to what I was used to in Linux.
I will details the steps I had to take to get macports installed:10.6, Apple, CLI, developer, gcc, install, leopard, Mac, macports, nmap, source, UNIX, xcode