Tag Archive: Packages

How to List All Homebrew Packages Installed on a Mac

Want to quickly see all Homebrew packages installed on a Mac? You may already know the path where Homebrew packages are installed to, but you don’t need to list a directory structure to get a list of Homebrew packages that have been installed in Mac OS. Instead, you can issue a simple command to show … Read More

How to Uninstall Packages with Homebrew

If you have installed Homebrew on a Mac to use as a package manager for various unix and command line utilities, you’ve probably also installed a handful of packages deemed useful to you. But what if you no longer need one, and you want to remove a particular Homebrew package? It turns out that uninstalling … Read More

How to Find Where Homebrew Packages Are Installed on Mac

Have you ever wondered where Homebrew puts the binaries from brew packages that are installed on a Mac? If you’re a Homebrew user, you may be interested in knowing where Homebrew puts everything and where to find the installed brew packages in Mac OS. We’ll show you the directory path where Homebrew keeps packages, and … Read More

9 of the Best Homebrew Packages for Mac

If you’re an advanced Mac user who spends a considerable amount of time at the command line, you likely have Homebrew installed by now. So, how about sharing a list of some of the best Homebrew packages available for Mac users? We’ve discussed Homebrew many times before, but essentially it makes installing additional command line … Read More

Check Packages for Expired Certificates in Mac OS X

Many Mac users will download package files of combo updates or other software in order to install them on multiple computers, thereby avoiding updating with the Mac App Store. This is particularly common with Mac systems administrators, where it makes more sense to download a single package update or installer once and distribute it over … Read More

9.7-inch iPad Pro unboxing: big things come in small packages

The new, powerful iPad Pro is available at Apple Stores today and we’ve got a fantastic iPad Pro unboxing video to show you all the ins and outs of the diminutive Pro model iPad. Cult of Mac’s videographer, Ste Smith, talks us through the packaging, the setup, and the latest-greatest device itself in this cool […]

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Sling TV opens early access and reveals pricing for extra channel packages

Dish’s new Sling TV service has been dubbed as a cord-cutters dream. It finally gives non-cable subscribers the ability to tune into ESPN and other premium channels for just $ 20 a monthly, but the company just revealed its new channel…Read more ›

Working On An Ebook Using iBooks Author? These Template Packages Can Make It Look Like A Masterpriece

Template packs for iBooks Author, help make your ebooks look unique and professionally designed.

Although Apple pitched iBooks Author as a tool for educators, the company fully supports anyone who want to create an ebook using iBooks Author to do so. Apple also lets anyone that creates an ebook with iBooks Author to distribute it through the iBookstore – the catch being that the iBooks Author edition of an ebook can’t be  [Read More…]

Easily Track Your Packages In Mac OS X Lion Mail [OS X Tips]

Tracking shipped packages is fast and easy in Mac OS X Lion due to Apple Mails tight integration withWebKit. It is also one feature that Apple brought to Mac OS X from iOS that I actually like. Nowadays people order a lot of goods online from a variety of mail order companies. Once the transaction is complete you usually receive an email that summarizes your order and it often includes  [Read More…]

Some Cydia Packages Incompatible with iOS 4.3.1

Click the image to open in full size. Following the release of PwnageTool and redsn0w for iOS 4.3.1, users are noticing that a number of popular apps and tweaks aren’t working properly. The list is short but growing, and anyone who relies on packages like Backgrounder or ActionMenu should probably consider holding off until updates are released. The following are currently being reported as incompatible with iOS 4.3.1: Backgrounder Shrink Action Menu DisplayRecorder Celeste  [Read More…]