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terminal is for Mac Os what the command prompt For Windows is, just a lot more complex. The terminal can be used to control the whole Mac OS, if you know how, here you will find some useful commands.

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All terminal commands are displayed as one-liner (!) In the Terminal console entered.

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chflags nohidden ~ / LibraryView the library folder on Mac OS Lion
ping 127.0.0.1ping a network device
To stop pinging under Mac OS, press CTRL + C
TopDisplays a list of running processes, similar to the activity display.
kill PID456Ends the process with the specified PID (456).
To find the right PID, just use this command.
defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE; killAll FinderShows hidden files in the Finder.
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE; killAll FinderShows hidden files in the Finder. Mavericks
defaults write com.apple.ScreenCapture type JPG; killAll SystemUIServerAsk that Format for screenshots on JPGOther possible formats are: PNG, PDF, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PSD.
defaults write com.apple.Screencapture disable-shadow -bool TRUE; killAll SystemUIServerDeactivates the window shadow for screenshots.
defaults write com.apple.Screencapture location / Users / username; killAll SystemUIServerChange the save folder for screenshots to yours User folder.
defaults write com.apple.screencapture Surname; killAll SystemUIServerChanges the filename for screenshots to one you define User folder. This only affects the beginning of "Screenshot 2010-00-00 at 00.00.00.png"
defaults write com.apple.Finder QuitMenuItem -bool YES; killAll FinderAdds the item "Quit Finder"added.
Warning: no desk without a finder
say "Mac Voice Engine"Let your Mac with the built-in language engine read the text "Mac Voice Engine" output.
defaults write com.apple.Dock ShowHidden -bool YES; killAll DockMakes hidden icons transparent in the dock.
defaults write com.apple.Dashboard devmode YES; killall dockThis means that DashboardWidgets can also be used on the desktop.
In the dashboard, click the widget you want to use and hold the mouse button down, then press F12.
dscacheutil -flushcacheclears the Mac OS DNS cache (DNS flush)
qlmanage -rRestarts Quick Look & loads new plugins if necessary.
defaults write -g com.apple.mouse.scaling 18sets the mouse pointer speed
defaults write com.apple.finder FXEnableExtensionChangeWarning -bool false; killAll Findersuppresses the warning when changing file extensions
ifconfigknown as "ipconfig" under Windows
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Packet driverwrote at

With this you can deactivate the dashboard:

defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean YES

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Mikewrote at

heyho many thanks for the quick help, didn't think it would be so easy.
With friendly greetings
Mike

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Stefanwrote at

Hi Mike,

yes there is, it is called "ifconfig" and must be entered in the terminal.
ifconfig stands for interface configurator.

greetings
Stefan

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Mikewrote at

Is there a command comparable to ipconfig / ipconfig all on Mac OS?

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Alexwrote at

I have no idea if this works but try the following:

open the AppleScript editor and enter "do shell script" sudo sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.delayed_ack = 0 "with administrator privileges"
save this script in a folder of your choice and add it to the Mac OS startup items.

Maybe it will work.

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Markus78wrote at

Hello,

I can only get a reasonable upload from my ReadyNAS Duo to my MacBook with snow leopard if I have previously given the command
sudo sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.delayed_ack = 0
in the terminal. However, it is a bit annoying to use the (?) Terminal every time. Is there a way to automate it so that the command is executed every time it goes up?

Thank you, Markus

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