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Macs are a powerful machine. And if you happen to own a MacBook, then chances are most of you don’t bother to fully shut down your system. I once had a 120 days uptime on my MacBook Pro and it still worked flawlessly (unlike my previous Dell Inspiron). The only time I shutdown or restart my Mac is when there is a system update or if I’m not going to use it for more than a week.
However, there is one little problem here. I often fall asleep while listening to some Ted videos at nights, and the next morning when I turn ON Macbook in my office, well everybody got to listen, what I was listening to the other night. Now, thankfully, Ted videos don’t grab people attention as much as other things on the Internet (something that rhymes with corn, Cough! Cough!) But hey, we are not judging.
This can be used to get mac address for remote computers also. Below are few examples on how to use this command. It works on XP, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2003 and Server 2008 operating systems. Get mac addresses from CMD. Just run the command getmac to get the mac addresses. The command syntax is changed to show mac address-table. Usage Guidelines The switch maintains static MAC address entries that are saved in its startup configuration across reboots and flushes the. Commands for mac address. Whether you like running commands directly in the shell, or if you prefer the graphical interface, you will be able to find your MAC address on Linux quickly. Find MAC Address on Linux The easiest way to find your MAC address on Linux is to execute the “ifconfig” command with the “-a” option for “all”. As you can see, the 'sh arp' or 'sh ip arp' commands also give you the MAC addresses, so essentially the 'sh mac add' is only to get the port in which the device is connected. It helps to Ping the subnet's broadcast address (e.g. '10.1.1.255') to load the ARP table. (Small tip: When you see a large number of MAC addresses showing up on a single.
- AutoMute is a minimalist macOS utility designed to help you avoid embarrassing situations by automatically muting your Mac’s sound in particular circumstances. The AutoMute utility can handle two different triggers, and you get to disable the service for certain periods of time.
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But hey, I’m not judging, I’m the guy who provides solutions.
Enter AutoVolume. It’s a free open-source app, that automatically change the volume of you Mac when it wakes from sleep. So, once you install and configure the app, next time you leave music or a video running, the app will automatically mute the volume when the system wakes up from sleep. So, let’s see how it works.
Automatically Mute your Mac When it Wakes From Sleep
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1. Download AutoVolume for its official website. It’s a small file (2.27 MB)
2. You can run the app by double-clicking the zip file, however, you should install the app first to make sure it work every time. To do this, unzip it and install the program by dragging the AutoVolume the icon to your Applications folder.
3. Next, open the app and configure the 3 main settings.
3.1 Checkmark start at login
3.2 Checkmark Enable
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3.2 At move the volume slider all the way to left, to mute the audio.
4. Next, close the window. Do not click on Quit or it’ll stop the app from running in the background. If you want to stops the volume from automatically being set in future, then reopen the app and click on Quit.
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