How to force SMB2, which actually doesn’t work for me:
10.14.3 – SMB3 Performance Issues – Force SMB2
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Computers Won’t Shut Down After Connecting To Server
Bug reports on Apple Radar:
How to submit
- Command + Option + Shift+ Control + Period (.)
- Or in Terminal:
Note: The sysdiagnose process can take 10 minutes to complete. Once finished, the folder
/private/var/tmp/ should appear automatically in the Finder and the sysdiagnose file there will look similar to this:
View active SMB connection status:
smbutil statshares -a
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The Apple co-founder spent his own money, and more importantly, lots of his own time, showing us public school kids how to use the early internet.
Source: Steve Wozniak Was My Computer Teacher in 1995 | Motherboard
There’re many fake / disputed / copycat apps made by Chinese in iTunes App Store, here’s how to report these shit to Apple:
First, open iTunes Content Dispute to start dispute process. Enter some basic information and continue.
Then you can provide a link to the app from the App Store. Alternatively, you may use the search tab below to search for the app at issue. If there is more than one app you wish to dispute, for example I just searched “Screeny” and got the following result:
Then select them all and continue, you can get a dropdown to choose the nature of your dispute, and a text box for every app you can write details information about your dispute, here’s an example:
mbasd=1 (MacBook Aire Super Drive) to
/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist as a kernal flag:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
Or, use the following command in Termimal:
sudo nvram boot-args="mbasd=1"
Note that nvram may be reset for some core system update (you can also manually reset nvram), so I prefer the .plist method.
A young CEO storms through his start-up, a tiny Godzilla, crushing the feelings of his staff like so many Japanese paper maché buildings. He rubs his forehead in meetings and loudly ponders why no one is as smart as he is. No ideas are to be considered for the product unless he initiated them. He is trying his damnedest to be just like his recently departed hero — Mr. Steve Jobs.
via You are not Steve Jobs — Editors' Picks — Medium.
鼠标大大小小一百只也用过了，这是我见过质量最烂的鼠标，Magic Mouse 就是那表面损坏最快的一个，时间一个月整，跟 razer manba 的皮有一拼