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Some Notes on MacOS brew and APFS

Last update: 4 months ago Tag : macos, apfs, brew  Comments

`Brew` is the de facto package manager for macOS, especially for a developer. Most of the time we just do `brew update && brew upgrade` and quickly `brew cleanup` after those routine. Rarely we have no problem of doing that, i.e updating the software to the latest stable version. Sometimes, we just need to revert back to the old version, as the....

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Darknet on Macos with GPU and OpenCV

Last update: 8 months ago Tag : darknet, ml, dl, macos, hackintosh  Comments

[Darknet](https://pjreddie.com/darknet/) here is not the dark web which requires you to open it with onion browser. It is an open source neural network framework written in C and CUDA. It is fast, easy to install, and supports CPU and GPU computation. Well, not so easy to install actually, because you need to install opencv and cuda/cudnn first....

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PyTorch with GPU on Macos (10.13.4)

Last update: 8 months ago Tag : pytorch, macos, hackintosh  Comments

Well, PyTorch is a deeplearning platform developed by facebook based on torch, but is now fully utilised python. Before it was a wrapper for torch under the lua language. So, now everything in macos is limited, you got no ports other than USB-C, no GPU other than Radeon or integrated intel hd, or using external gpu, again you have to use the US....

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Brew Binary Install on macOS Beta

Last update: a year ago Tag : brew, erlang, elixir, phoenix, boringssl, macos beta  Comments

If you like me, i.e fond of using the most bleeding edge version of everything, including OS in an everyday production machine, and in this case is macOS, you must be familiar with `brew`, unless you're a different kind of macOS user. So, you may already knew that `brew` is not supported on any beta version of macOS, so if you want to install a....

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Emacs Tramp Multihops

Last update: 2 years ago Tag : emacs, tramp  Comments

So, usually I use a simple terminal session and vim to do some remote editing session, of course just to find/replace and some minor editing/debugging of a script. For a longer session, I user cyberduck and local text editor, and use some tunneling if the file(s) located behind other SSH. For example, I have a remote location "**Office XY**", ....

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