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 ..
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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 ..