while true; do ./cliclick -r p:. m:100,100 m:200,200; sleep 298; done
NOTE: make sure you run the command once from "finder" with right click and open in order to add it to security, once from terminal itself "./clickclick -h" and have to allow "terminal" in "system preferences" too under "accessibility". Catalina is pretty strict with the security, so these small things are a must in order the whole cheat to work but it is worth it
P.S. Thank you unknown Paul
dnf remove $(rpm -qa | awk '/^kernel/' | grep -v $(uname -r))
The configuration below took me a bit, so I am putting it down to save you the time I spent.
You have to have a running Apache2.4 with mod_ssl and, configured SSL certificate in place already.
Below is the conversion matrix you need, in order not to get confused.
I used LastPass to generate my password, but using anything else is fine.
Use yum to install these libraries and mod_auth_openidc
yum install jansson hiredis mod_auth_openidc jose
Below are my Azure AD parameters followed by my exact working auth_openidc config. It is placed in my "/etc/httpd/conf.d/auth_openidc.conf". The config file, begins with "OIDCProviderMetadataURL" =]
Below is how you add a connector (app registration)
These are the configuration settings in Azure Ad once you add the connector above.
This is how you get all the values you need. Just copy and paste them.
That URI below and the one in the apache configuration have to be the same.
Just add new client secret and Azure AD will generate a password for you, which password you will use in the apache configuration.