Month: October 2014

How to Enable and toggle Darkmode in Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite using keyboard shortcut

How to Enable and toggle Darkmode in Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite using keyboard shortcut This can be done by editing .GlobalPreferences.plist in /Library/Preferences/ .GlobalPreferences.plist will be hidden , if you want to access file use apps like InVisibles.app  you can download it from here  http://cl.ly/2p1I263s0s3l  original site is here  http://blog.tice.de/index.php?rubrik=software&content=invisibles Open  up Terminal then paste the following command line and hit Enter “Return Key”  it will ask for your admin password , enter your password and hit Return key  done   sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist _HIEnableThemeSwitchHotKey -bool true you can confirm it by opening .GlobalPreferences.plist from /Library/Preferences/  now logout your Mac(Hackint0sh) and re login  then press these keys  CTRL + OPT + CMD + T  Congrats you have successfully added shortcut for Darkmode in your Mac (Hackint0sh) Video tutorial from youtube can be found...

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Navdy HUD (Head-Up Display) , Driving in The Future

Navdy is designed to give you relevant information at a glance and the power to respond to that information with voice and touch-less gesture controls. Its core features include: Showing turn-by-turn navigation instructions in real time. Displaying information about your car such as your current speed, RPM or fuel economy. Safer display of text messages and other notifications from your phone. Accepting and initiating calls without looking at your phone. Playing, pausing, and skipping music streaming from your phone. Navdy has no buttons, other than the power button. While you’re driving you’ll be able to control Navdy entirely with voice and touch-less gesture controls. Configuration (such as adjusting preferences or installing new apps) is done through your smartphone between trips. AND VOICE RECOGNITION Ask Navdy to “compose new tweet”, “write new text” or “call mom” using the voice commands you’re already familiar with – Google Now or Siri. TOUCHLESS GESTURES                                                           Nothing could be more natural Swipe left to answer a call, or right to dismiss an untimely notification. No more looking down to fumble with knobs, buttons or touch screens. The notifications you want from the apps you love Any notification on your phone (text, social, etc) can be displayed, read...

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How to install Homebrew in Mac OSX

How to install Homebrew  in Mac OSX ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" Type above given command in the terminal  hit return key  type your password this will take some time  and you will get this as...

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How to Install & configure iLO, HP Integrated Lights Out (iLO) on Android

go to Google play and search HP iLO or here is the link to Google Play  Supported servers HP ProLiant Gen8 Servers HP ProLiant G7 Servers Supported mobile operating systems Android 2.2 or greater iOS 4.3 or greater Manage Operate the server power switch Use the Remote Console to interact with the operating system, including BIOS and ROM configuration changes Mount an ISO CD/DVD image. The disk image is available on the server as a USB CD/DVD drive. You can boot from the disk image and deploy an operating system Launch HP iLO scripts and monitor their progress Access the iLO web interface Store the list of servers you want to manage install it and launch it  after launching the application click  configure iLO option add assigned ip for iLO  Login name and password click done after adding the details  click the iLO ip  you will get 3 options  Remote Console Lauch Script iLO Web Interface click Remote Console  for using iLO Quick tips Show/Hide menu bar – Tap once with two fingers to show or hide the menu bar in the Remote Console Show/Hide iLO web interface – Tap the server health icon in the Remote Console to show or hide the iLO web interface Ctrl/Alt/Del Command – Tap Ctrl+Alt+backspace to enter the Ctrl+Alt+Del...

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