There are several places where you need to map a network drive to your computer, for example when you are in a company network and you want to have the shared network drive of your company domain on your computer. The term “mapping” is a technical term for mounting or loading a network drive to a computer.
For this purpose there are more than one way to do it and map the network drive to your Mac OSX and in this article I’m explaining two of those ways which are easier, faster and safer, one from Finder window and the other one from Terminal.
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Most professionals use multiple highly complex passwords for every purpose so the only problem usually occurs is saving password somewhere safe and accessible. There are few good choices for storing passwords, some are online such as LastPass and some are off-line in which the passwords will be encrypted and stored in files. The best password manager application I know and ever tested is KeePass.
The main reason why KeePass 2.x is not so popular in Linux base operating system community is because this software does not have Linux or Mac version, but it is easy to run it on Linux. Mind that there are some native Linux applications such as KeePassX that can handle .kdb files which is used for KeePass 1.x but the KeePass2.x uses another file format which is .kdbx
In this tutorial, I’m going to write the best way to install KeePass on Mac OSX. Also you can find how to install KeePass on Linux in this website.
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When you are a Linux user, you are so familiar to wget command. In simple words, it is a command to download file from a given URL and port. Most Linux users and some windows users are familiar to this handy command download tool and on most Linux distributions it is pre-installed, but on Max OSX it is not installed and Apple does not offer it in AppStore, so the suer should install it manually, which is so straightforward, fast and easy.
In this tutorial I want to describe how to install wget on Mac OS X.
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