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23/04/2020 - Category: Apple,Linux,Raspberry PI
Many distributions prepared to play emulators, come by default with the secondary partition in *EXT4* to store settings, *BIOS and ROMs*. For those of us who usually work with *macOS and/or Windows*, it would be better if this partition came in *extFAT* to be able to mount in you non *Linux OS* and transfer files comfortably from the *Explorer/Finder*, so that is what I have proposed today. It's not a big deal, let's go.
21/04/2020 - Category: Raspberry PI
Here the changes:
Installed on /root alpinOS repo.
Enable Edge repositories.
Installed common packages: git nano mc rng-tools raspberrypi raspberrypi-bootloader-cutdown htop xrandr shadow sshfs netatalk.
Remove ttyys 3-6.
Added custom .profile and .bash_aliases on pi and root.
Change hostname alpineos to alpinOS.
Link: [github.com > alpinOS](https://github.com/jmcerrejon/alpinOS)
20/04/2020 - Category: Apple,Raspberry PI
My favorite game of all time
Lately I've been doing mini posts about problems that I stuck on a daily basis. I have some of them pretty dense that I don't finish, I hope to get the time and publish them to get rid of my backlog.
Today I come to solve the famous *DOSBox* problem with the key mapping in *macOS*.
20/04/2020 - Category: Apple,General,Linux
Just a quick reminder, If you need the **best ratio** with different file compression software:
19/04/2020 - Category: Apple
Just a quick reminder. I Recently deleted *XCode* for getting some free space disk (**30Gb!**), and suddenly I get the message above. ``` brew install git ``` did not the trick. I use Git a lot, don't fuck me, *Apple*. All posts around the web say I must to install *XCode*. I don't want to do it. You only need the command line tools. So finally I found the command that saves my day:
sudo xcode-select -s /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools
07/04/2020 - Category: Raspberry PI
As we read a few weeks ago, we already have our system almost ready. Now we need software and what better way than learning how to upgrade our *alpinOS* or use its *apk* package manager.