see comments here:
appears it’s PROGRAM_NAME
If SSH is enabled, you could actually SCP a copy of “OSXvnc” over to it (a VNC server).
Then start it manually:
$ /Applications/Vine Server.app/Contents/Resources/OSXvnc-server -rfbport 4 -desktop RogerPackMBP (packrd) -donotloadproxy -localhost -restartonuserswitch N -unicodekeyboard 0 -keyboardloading n -pressmodsforkeys n -eventtap 3 -eventsource 2 -swapbuttons -rendezvous y
Then VNC into that box, whoa! (in this instance, to its port 5904
If it’s just black also run
caffeinate -u -t 2
to wake up display
Haven’t actually *tried* this mind you but maybe…
this meant “install libjpeg-turbo into your normal system” FWIW.
You can’t, *however* there is a checkbox under preferences of “require remote login (SSH)” that accomplishes something similar.
Basically if you check this, then vine won’t “listen on port XXX” it’ll only list on localhost’s port XXX” (XXX is whatever port it says in the preferences).
with “require remote login (SSH)” checked:
$ sudo netstat -an | grep 590
tcp4 0 0 127.0.0.1.5902 *.* LISTEN
Which means that, in order to use it, you’ll have to first SSH in, and be using SSH to establish a tunnel through to the localhost port 5902 (i.e. heightened security).
SSH itself requires normal username/password.
You can turn SSH on via preferences -> sharing -> checkbox remote login”
If you want “global external” access in taht configuration then you’d need to somehow expose your boxes port 22 to the world through your router port forwarding. (according to the vine server docs).
The comments section here actually rocks
Ping me here I may be able to add them (they were removed from some fiasco or other)
I don’t think JDBC “exposes” this particular functionality, sadly.
Work around: sum the number of rows as you iterate through them