sudo nano -w /etc/ssh/sshd_config
sudo passwd root
sudo service ssh reload
The advice I most often give about running a server: "Keep it simple. The less cogs in the machine, the better. Measure twice, cut once."— Brian Stucki (@brianstucki) March 29, 2016
Some of our minis have been in service for 10yrs straight.— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) March 10, 2016
Pro: Lasting power.
Con: Customers have no idea how powerful newer minis can be.
Here’s another great way to put your Mac mini server to use. https://t.co/s9FW7NO0m6— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) February 16, 2016
Day starts off with a reprimand from a customer. You’re right, we can do better. :) pic.twitter.com/vzYAAGLJfz— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) February 11, 2016
It’s been over a year since we had reason to tweet an issue here, but we have to post something so Twitter doesn’t mark us inactive. So, hi.— Macminicolo Status (@MMCStatus) February 9, 2016
On that note, our Pingdom performance page is always public for anyone to see. https://t.co/JJKF9okkyu— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) January 7, 2016
A nice look at real-world usage of OS X from an iPad Pro. https://t.co/dp4MFnOwOa— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) January 4, 2016
"My machine is offline."— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) December 15, 2015
"Which mini? Oh, you have the wrong Mac mini host."
"Dang. This iMessage support is easy. Maybe I should switch."
A radar has been filed to get those Mac minis to support 32GB. Feel free to add your support on it: https://t.co/ubX054M41R— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) December 12, 2015
A nice walk down memory lane. Fun to watch that intro video by Steve Jobs again: https://t.co/mDy2ica9ka— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) December 3, 2015
Current customers, we can do all sorts of upgrades for you. Need more space? more RAM? Upgrade to SSD? Pricing here: https://t.co/hbUitq2RX1— Macminicolo (@macminicolo) October 21, 2015
sudo /usr/sbin/systemsetup -setrestartpowerfailure on
Need some help. What’s the best way to 1) check daily to see if a Sys Pref is enabled on a Mac 2) If not, enable with terminal command?— Brian Stucki (@brianstucki) March 16, 2016