Welcome to Gyazo : Seriously Instant Screen-Grabbing

Gyazo lets you instantly grab the screen and upload the image to the web. You can easily share them on Chat, Twitter, Blog, Tumblr, etc. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

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Patrice Neff

Patrice Neff May 16, 2011

Finally a no-frills simple screenshot tools. Works great on Windows.

A strange red light from my MacBook Pro


A strange red light from my MacBook Pro

By marcus • Apr 5th, 2007 • Category: geek

A very strange thing just occurred with my MacBook Pro. The audio output stopped completely, it was working earlier today. I tried to change the volume, and it showed as muted but with full volume, a bit weird. Plus it started emitting a strange red light out of the headphone jack.

A little searching and supposedly the headphone jack does optical audio out, which some how must of got turned on. Considering all I use the headphone jack for is headphones, I’m not sure how that happened.

After a little more searching, configuration changes and attempts to restore audio output, I just ended up plugging in my headphones hoping it will some how reverse it’s current state. And it worked. Go figure.

Here is a link to their forum
I also got mine working with the toothpick. Inserted it gently a few time in the 6-7 o’clock position. There is a very small sensor or ?? in the back of the port. Once you touch it lightly, all is back to normal. I hope that works for you.

MacPorts Binary Packages


Binary packages are standalone binary installers that are precompiled; they do not require MacPorts on the target system. Binary files created with MacPorts may be either .pkg (Mac OS X Installer Packages), or RPM (RPM Package Manager) format. MacPorts may also process a .pkg package into a Mac OS X .dmg disk image file. You may create binary packages with the port command as shown in these examples.

%% port pkg pstree

You may create a Mac OS X .dmg disk image file as shown.

%% port dmg pstree

You may compile a port into an RPM file as shown, in order to install it onto a target that has RPM utilities or a full package management system that can install RPMs.

%% port rpm pstree

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