10.7: A look at /etc/authorization usage

I’ve just starred a new item in Google Reader The /etc/authorization file in Mac OS X can be used to control access to the various panes of the System Preferences amongst other things. It’s used by some of us Mac Sys Admin’s to give Standard Users access to System Prefs panes that only admins could […]

ZFS for Mac OS X — ZEVO

I’ve just starred a new item in Google Reader As drives become huge, the risk of data corruption becomes an ever increasing concern. Corruption can be subtle— “bit rot”, bit flips during file transfers, etc, and these can accrete over time. Read more from Mac Performance Guide http://macperformanceguide.com http://macperformanceguide.com/blog/2012/20120218_1-ZFS-for-OSX.html