Terminal Lesson 2
Terminal Lesson 1
So I’ve been doing development on my Mac. The main reason is that I love Mac’s font rendering and the monaco font, it makes programming really enjoyable. Plus I love TextMate and I also use Xcode and Interface Builder for iPhone development. Anyways, as a result I have been using git, which is basically recently popular distributed version control system. I bought hosting at Github to store all of my private source code. Today I received the Crucial 4GBs of DDR3 RAM (2 sticks in Dual Channel) that I ordered cause my MacBook was crawling when I ran all of my development tools that I absolutely needed. My Mac OS X Terminal « Blaenk Denum
Mac OS X Hacking Tools © Amit Singh. All Rights Reserved.Written in December 2003 Hacking? Tool? The Jargon File is a popular lexicographic resource amongst hackers (and non-hackers too). Although it might have some subjective definitions I may not agree with, I have conveniently quoted verbatim the definitions of the terms "hacker" and "tool" as a preface to the contents of this page.
The Unix Command Line: Administration Administration Commands: ps - List the processes running on the system Examples: ps List processes belonging to the current user that are attached to a terminal (not very useful under OS X) ps -x List processes belonging to the current user whether or not they're attached to a terminal ps -ax List all running processes ps -aux List all running processes, with additional information about their resource useage top - List the top CPU-consuming processes running on the system, along with various other system load statistics. Note: it runs continuously, updating the stats repeatedly, until you quit it with "q". Examples: top Display a list of processes, highest-process-id (i.e. most recent) first, updating once a second top -us5 Display processes sorted by CPU useage, updating every 5 seconds
Mac OS X Terminal Commands list
Here are a bunch of Mac terminal commands sorted into general categories. I have intentionally omitted long bash scripts and AppleScripts and focussed instead on small useful commands that can be plugged into bigger scripts or used on their own… enjoy! Terminal & Shell Basics 40 Useful Mac OS X Shell Scripts and Terminal Commands