Create OS X Mavericks Bootable USB Drive from AppStore Release

1 Download Mavericks installer

Download from Mac App Store or anywhere.
The default folder name is ‘Install OS X Mavericks.app‘ not accessible directly from Mac Finder. There’s a DMG file locate at ‘Install OS X Mavericks.app/Contents/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg‘, this DMG contains all files we need.

2 Mount DMG directly from Terminal

Open Terminals,

The DMG will be mount at /Volumes/OS X Install ESD/

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Apple gives free OS X Server 3.0 redeem codes to developers

You may notice the ‘codes’, yes, you can get many codes if you have developer account.

Here’s the link getting the code.
Just make sure you have logged into your developer account in http://developer.apple.com/

Leave your codes as comment below, thanks.

UPDATE:
If you don’t have a developer account, just click this: https://sskaje.me/sskaje/apple/osxserver.php

Here is a list of codes: https://sskaje.me/sskaje/apple/osxserver.php?a=l
If you’re a programmer, maybe you’ll be interested in iTunes Gift Card AutoRedeemer and Something Changed about AppStore’s Redeem Protocol

UPDATE:
My Apple developer account is banned from this function :s



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Mac OS X Command line tools for Application Analysis

I was looking into a lib file provided by some SDK, I need to extract lib by architecture. The first choice was the super 7-Zip which can extract almost every file on the Earth, but unfortunately files cannot be recognized by Hopper/IDA.

Here we go on OS X 10.9.

file

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