A High Sierra USB installer, Raspberry Pi AirPrint server, and tmutil – Terminal Tinkering 8


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It’s time for another installation of Terminal Tinkering, and this week your host Jeff Butts has plenty in store. Watch and learn about tmutil, using a Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server, and creating a USB installer for macOS High Sierra.

TT8: A High Sierra USB installer, Raspberry Pi AirPrint server, and tmutil

8:30 AM Oct. 26th, 2017 | 00:18:22 — Download: MP3 Version (AAC Version Coming Soon)

It’s time for another installation of Terminal Tinkering, and this week your host Jeff Butts has plenty in store. Watch and learn about tmutil, using a Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server, and creating a USB installer for macOS High Sierra.

This week on Terminal Tinkering, your host Jeff Butts demonstrates how to create a USB installation drive for macOS High Sierra. Then he explains and shows you how to turn a Raspberry Pi computer into an AirPrint server, and how to use the tmutil command on High Sierra to manage Time Machine local snapshots of your APFS volumes.

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  1. jim.cullison@gmail.com

    I have tried a similar setup to allow my macbook with High Sierra to use a printer from a PI 3, but can’t get the mac to see it with any of the various options I’ve googled. I’ve had it working in the past with earlier MacOS versions. Does this setup work for your systems with High Sierra?




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