سه شنبه 10 فروردین 1395
نویسنده: Diego Suttles
The MacOS X Command Line: Unix Under the Hood by Kirk McElhearn
The MacOS X Command Line: Unix Under the Hood Kirk McElhearn ebook
Cadaver is a bare-bones Unix command-line program for browsing and changing WebDAV shares. Under the hood, it uses the Atomic Parsley command-line tool, and it can make use of services like tagChimp to download metadata for millions of titles. Feb 28, 2011 - Since Mac OS X has a full blown unix under the hood (i.e. Xcode: You need to install Xcode which you find on your Mac OS X Installation DVD. 100% posix compliance) and brings a X11 server by default you can run nearly all software packages you know and love from Linux and BSD. May 2, 2013 - Provides downloading, installation and management of nearly 5000 open source Unix programs, compiled and tested under Mac OS X. Make sure you install the optional components for the command line development aswell. Xattr -d -r OSX requires you open terminals to really get under the hood, whereas Microsoft have increasingly tried to get users relying on windowed consoles for administrative and sub-system tweaking with every release. You find X11 on your Mac OS X Installation DVD as "Optional Installs". If you are a Linux or Unix user looking to get your favorite tool onto your new Mac, check out Fink first. Aug 17, 2010 - The server behaves as though the client had issued the proper series of versioning requests, performing a commit under the hood. Most likely, someone has already gone computer, the metadata goes with it. It's likely that the WebDAV features were deliberately left out of Macintosh versions of these programs, since OS X already provides such excellent low-level filesystem support for WebDAV. Jul 12, 2010 - Using the Terminal, Snow Leopard (10.6) users can enter this command, substituting " ~/Downloads " (the Downloads folder inside the user folder) for whatever file or folder where they'd like to prevent future download warnings.