This post provides a step-by-step guide with a list of commands on how to install Couchbase Community Edition on macOS using Homebrew. Couchbase Server is a packaged version of Couchbase’s open source software technology and is available in a Community Edition.Continue reading
If you have ever needed to quickly decode or encode base64, Linux has a command line utility called base64 that works great. I’ll show you how it works!
To encode text to base64, use the following syntax:
$ echo -n 'codediary.net rocks' | base64 Y29kZWRpYXJ5Lm5ldCByb2Nrcw==
To decode, use base64 -d. To decode base64, use a syntax like the following:
$ echo -n Y29kZWRpYXJ5Lm5ldCByb2Nrcw== | base64 -d codediary.net rocks
Note: if on OS X, use capital D:
echo -nY29kZWRpYXJ5Lm5ldCByb2Nrcw== | base64 -D
netstat -vanp tcp | grep 3000
- For macOS and newer (or if your netstat doesn’t support
lsof -i tcp:3000
kill -9 <PID>
Saving screenshots to Drive automatically
- Create a new folder called “Screenshots” in your Google Drive.
- Open Terminal.
- Run the following commands:
defaults write com.apple.screencapture location ~/Google\ Drive/Screenshots/ killall SystemUIServer
Now screenshots will be saved to the Screenshots folder in your Google Drive, not the desktop.
The cleanup (
brew cleanup) command will remove outdated installed package versions. To affect a particular package/formula, you may supply a formula name like so:
brew cleanup $FORMULA. To simulate cleanup, i.e. see what would be removed, you may use the
brew cleanup -n.
macOS Sierra 10.12.0
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
Linux (depending on what you’re running)
/etc/init.d/named restart /etc/init.d/nscd restart