By default color coding is disabled for the ”’ls”’ command under Ubuntu. If you wish to enable it simply add the following to your ”’.bashrc”’ file alias ls=’ls –color=auto’ Note: This is different than enabling color coding under Mac OSX as documented. If you wish for color coding when using the ”’ls”’ command under Mac ..
If you need to find the amount of disk space being consumed in Linux, you can show it recursively through your directories as follows. $ sudo du -ahx /var | sort -rh | head -10 357M /var 250M /var/lib 185M /var/lib/rpm 177M /var/lib/rpm/Packages 79M /var/cache/dnf 79M /var/cache 34M /var/lib/sss 29M /var/log 27M /var/lib/sss/mc 27M /var/lib/selinux/targeted/active ..
Mac OS X defaults to hiding the users Library directory. No doubt, this was changed to keep novices from deleting necessary system files. Those that wish may show the ~/Library with the following command from Terminal. chflags nohidden ~/Library/ If you wish to return to default settings you can hide the ~/Library with the following ..
Often it is helpful to tunnel certain traffic through an SSH tunnel. If you are on a public wifi connection where you may fear someone else intercepting your email or web traffic. Or in a work environment which may block access to a site you must access through your web browser. With an SSH tunnel, ..
First you need to convert your ISO file to the proper file type for your Mac. I am using a Windows 2016 ISO image for my example. $ hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o winserv2016.img winsrv2016.iso Reading SSS_X64FREV_EN-US_DV9 (Apple_UDF : 0)… ……………………………………………………………………. Elapsed Time: 2m 0.583s Speed: 45.0Mbytes/sec Savings: 0.0% created: /Volumes/HD2/vmware/winserv2016.img.dmg Insert your usb stick ..