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Oct
7
accepted Reverse tunnel to access external API on firewalled server accessible only via bastion
Oct
7
comment Reverse tunnel to access external API on firewalled server accessible only via bastion
Great diagram; so much more helpful than docs and blog posts! Using your /etc/hosts suggestion and switching to port 4433 made this work! Thanks. I thought the bastion/proxy would interfere, but apparently it had no affect.
Oct
6
asked Reverse tunnel to access external API on firewalled server accessible only via bastion
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Feb
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
18
accepted Open a file type with shell script in OS X
Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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Dec
21
comment Reset OS X Software Update server
Thanks, the mcxquery command is good to know.
Dec
21
awarded  Scholar
Dec
21
accepted Reset OS X Software Update server
Dec
21
comment Reset OS X Software Update server
Yes. But updating it (for a user) did nothing. I ended up creating a Computer in workgroup manager, entering the IP of my client and setting a proper server which fixed it.
Dec
21
comment Reset OS X Software Update server
Changing the CatalogURL seems to have zero effect on it. Regardless of what I do, I still get the same error message.
Dec
21
asked Reset OS X Software Update server
Jul
23
comment Open a file type with shell script in OS X
oh, one other thing: know how to grab the path of the file that was opened in the applescript app?
Jul
23
comment Open a file type with shell script in OS X
good call, didn't think of that. i think this'll work for now.
Jul
23
comment Open a file type with shell script in OS X
but it doesn't work with scripts. Only fully packaged apps.
Jul
23
comment Open a file type with shell script in OS X
I realize that's how you normally change associations with apps