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Shutdown Mac via terminal


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  1. osascript -e 'tell application "System Events"' -e 'shut down' -e 'end tell'

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Posted By: daniels on February 10, 2015

or you can the write in the Terminal:

sudo shutdown now

The Mac will immediate shutdown, all open files will be closed. Not saved data will be lost.

In case of the word "now" can you type "-h +5", then is turn off in five minutes

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