Setting up Docker instances to run on an AMD-based macOS Mojave Hackintosh without Hypervisor.framework
One of the biggest gripes I’ve had with macOS, aside from the inability to run Team Fortress 2 is the inability to use Docker instances without having to resort to using VirtualBox, which for some reason provided degraded performance on my system. After the excitement and disappointment from knowing that Vagrant has a VMWare plugin but it’s behind a license requirement (though this has since been waved), I decided to make do with Docker and set it up to work with my VMWare Fusion installation
Nothing comes free, that includes the wonderful world of Ryzentoshing. Intel’s platform-specific Math Kernel Library rains on the parades of many hackintosh enthusiasts and it’s been up to crafty enthusiasts and an undocumented variable to get them running
Switching between macOS, Manjaro and Windows 10, I’ve developed certain habits when using a particular distribution, habits that were broken the moment I switched to another distro, making things difficult for me. This is the first post in a three part series where I try to make Manjaro, Windows 10 and macOS behave more alike to each other.
Back in school, my first introduction to datamoshing started with posts I read online about using Audacity to use their in-built audio effects. I never really did much with that information until now, I’ve been busy working on ffmpegScripts and finally decided to write some scripts for datamoshing and try it with more modern plugins
After remaining stuck with files from an obscure archival format, StackExchange comes to the rescue and leads the way to finally (somewhat) extracting macOS Big Sur’s root directory