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some basic *nix terminal commands
0 452 posted 13 years ago by stiobhart
Useful to remotely assist another person. 1. Connect to his computer using ssh 2. Execute first command listed below 3. The other person must open a terminal and execute the second command 4. Both are connected to the same terminal "screen"
1 439 posted 13 years ago by Dorgendubal
0 390 posted 13 years ago by antpaw
simple way to join avi files on the command line (need to have mplayer installed)
0 415 posted 13 years ago by inkdeep
Clear files in /tmp directory that are older than three days - terminal/cron this is a very simple example - could also remove by last access time, etc.
0 447 posted 13 years ago by inkdeep
https://www.chrisjmendez.com/2008/07/05/create-a-tar-gz-archive-using-terminal-os-x/
9 1108 posted 14 years ago by chrisaiv
https://www.chrisjmendez.com/2008/06/11/show-hidden-folders-and-files-in-os-x-leopard/
2 521 posted 14 years ago by chrisaiv
//for options available, see: http://www.ss64.com/bash/shopt.html
1 455 posted 14 years ago by cczona
Open up terminal, paste the code below, then log your user out.
0 471 posted 15 years ago by chrisaiv
qlmanage -p foo.png, the image immediately pops up in a Quick Look pane. Even better, Quick Look supports slide shows. So if you cd into a folder of images and run qlmanage -p *.jpg, you'll be rewarded with a full-on presentation of your pictures....
0 373 posted 15 years ago by jrphelps
0 409 posted 15 years ago by sudarkoff
Enter this at the commandline.
0 489 posted 15 years ago by Roshambo
A great way to work on website in Mac OS X is to set up a vhost. Doing so is very easy. In System Preferences click on Sharing and then make sure you have Personal Web Sharing turned on. Then, open or create your vhosts.conf file (/private/etc/httpd/...
4 706 posted 16 years ago by jonhenshaw
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