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Learn how to create apps in a week: http://bit.ly/stanleycyang Learning to be more efficient on the computer involves a more in-depth understanding of the Command Line Interface (CLI). This tutorial will help you get started. For Windows users: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy7L-dBVhMo
This hands-on lab session is intended for those that are new to the command line on OS X. This session will help familiarize participants with the basics of the command line shell, bash. This is a chance to get an introduction to using the command line environment, diving in to learning how to navigate and control your Mac through the UNIX-like underpinnings. Slides can be found at http://macadmins.psu.edu/conference/resources/
Terminal Commands - http://snazzy.fm/terminal Terminal is macOS' command line utility. What may seem daunting at first is actually pretty easy to use! Snazzy Labs' Quinn Nelson shows our top 5 favorite Terminal tricks for Mac. Discover all of the hidden tricks and tips in your favorite operating system to maximize productivity and customization!
This quick tutorial will show you people who are used to using Windows how to find the equivalent of the Command Prompt on Mac OS X. This will be useful when converting the Apple Mac Operating System when previously using Microsoft Windows.
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In todays video I will cover how to personalize the command prompt in Terminal on the Mac. I will show you how to make your .bash_profile, .bashrc and .bash_logout files so you can customize the command prompt to your particular taste. Lucid Nerd Social: Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/thelucidnerd Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Lucid-Nerd/231999260192935 Blog: http://www.lucidnerd.wordpress.com Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/102109513207945593939/ SEO Tags repeat: "Command-line Interface" "Command Prompt" Tutorial How-to Beginners Guide Terminal Mac OSX "Apple Terminal" Bash Shell
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