OSError: [Errno 8] Exec format error

OSError: [Errno 8] Exec format error

OSError: [Errno 8] Exec format error can happen if there is no shebang line at the top of the shell script and you are trying to execute the script directly. Solution: Add a shebang eg. #!/usr/bin/env bash to the start of the script you are trying to execute. Source

Enter Username and Select Project Programmatically in Archive Team Warrior

Enter Username and Select Project Programmatically in Archive Team Warrior

I wanted to be able to run: And have the warrior up, however the problem is then I need to use my browser to enter a username and select a project. We can leverage curl to make the necessary requests for us using only the command line. You can test if it worked with curl ‘http://localhost:8001/info’ -H ‘Referer: http://localhost:8001/’ –compressed Tip: Use parallel-scp and parallel-ssh to quickly spin up multiple warriors.

Remove Duplicates from FastMail

Remove Duplicates from FastMail

Settings > Folders > (Look at the bottom) > Mass delete or Remove Duplicates https://www.fastmail.com/go/cleanfolders It’s a little hidden and took my longer than I wished to find it, but it works wonderful!

How to use Keyboard Shortcuts in FastMail

How to use Keyboard Shortcuts in FastMail

I’ve been trying to workout how to mark an email as read using the keyboard. The menu says the keyboard shortcut is r but I can’t seem to get that to work. I found out that just pressing r on the currently focused message (marked with a blue bar to the left side) isn’t all you need to do. The correct way is to press X to select then . then r More keyboard shortcuts can be found at their…

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Remove “Lookup” Contextual Menu Item from Mac OS X

Remove “Lookup” Contextual Menu Item from Mac OS X

System Preferences -> Keyboard and look under services then uncheck it. However this didn’t work for me, in Chrome it still appears. /Library/Contextual Menu Items/ is empty for me too. ~/Library/Contextual Menu Items/ doesn’t exist. Oh crap, turns out you can’t turn it off: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/37566/is-the-lookup-in-dictionary-context-menu-option-hardcoded-in-google-chrome-for See this issue in my opinion it seems to be now Google’s mo to remove control from the user. Too bad Firefox has really sucked of late.