We are testing a 90-day trial of Promise’s FileCruiser. It is a private Dropbox look-a-like. We have been pretty happy with how it works and the performance. One tricky part is occasionally I have had to try to find the files in the filesystem.
If you need to find the data in FileCruiser, it is stored in folders named by a UUID number in
I have long had a GeekTool item on my desktop that tells me what network interfaces were active and what IPs I have on them, as well as my external IP address. For a long time this relied on ifconfig and manually updating the interface numbers (en0, en1, etc…). Now that I have a Retina MBP, without an ethernet port, I have a lot of possible interfaces with the various adapters. Managing the script manually was getting annoying. So I rewrote it to use networksetup and a while loop. Continue reading