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If you have no idea what you QNAP box is doing

Seen here on the QNAP support forum. Try to access your NAS via SSH On a Mac open up Terminal. ssh admin@192.168.0.6 [change the IP Address to suit] Use your password Type the following commands: (The output of these commands should tell you what is actually happening.) df -h cat /proc/mdstat dmesg | tail -n 50

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How to Force Eject a Stuck CD or DVD in OS X

Taken from here: http://guides.macrumors.com/Force_Eject_a_Stuck_CD_or_DVD There are a few different options on the page listed above. What worked for me was this: Open ‘Disk Utility’ and choose the disc you wish to eject in the left-hand pane, then click on the Eject button.

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Enqueue/Include neutral urls for http and/or https in WordPress

Taken from here: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/81897/13712 URLs must have a https or http protocol for WordPress to enqueue them. FIf possible you should use get_template_directory_uri() (for parent themes) or get_stylesheet_directory_uri() (for child themes) as both of these handle SSL if necedssary. Here’s an example: If you can’t enqueue your own local script/s and have to enqueue from an  Full Article…

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OS X – applescript to move all windows onto the screen

When switching from multiple monitors to a single monitor, some windows may be inaccessible due to being off the screen. They can be brought back by knowing the keyboard shortcuts for moving windows, but that’s a pain. Here’s an applescript that will bring them all back onto the visible screen:

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Sublime Text – How to’s

Compare the differences between two files? Put the files into a folder and add the folder to the Sublime Text sidebar. You should now be able to select both files in the sidebar (or the folder) and with a right click select the ‘Diff’ option. Select columns? Using the Mouse OS X Left Mouse Button  Full Article…

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