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The MacPorts Project -- Download & Installation Quickstart Installing MacPorts MacPorts version 2.7.1 is available in various formats for download and installation (note, if you are upgrading to a new major release of macOS, see the migration info page): “pkg” installers for Big Sur, Catalina, and Mojave, for use with the macOS Installer. This is the simplest installation procedure that most users should follow after meeting the requirements listed below. Checksums for our packaged downloads are contained in the corresponding checksums file. The public key to verify the detached GPG signatures can be found under the attachments section on jmr's wiki page. Please note that in order to install and run MacPorts on macOS, your system must have installations of the following components: macOS Package (.pkg) Installer This procedure will place a fully-functional and default MacPorts installation on your host system, ready for usage. sudo port -v selfupdate At this point you should be ready to enjoy MacPorts! Source Installation Git Sources Help
Services Menu Options Hey you wanna-be Mac Power users, this article is a follow-up to Your Quick Guide To The Services Menu On Snow Leopard published on Monday. While Apple has improved its Services Menu in Snow Leopard, it’s not very useful unless you have items in it that you can use. Some 3rd party applications will automatically include Services items, but the best use of Services is to custom build your own items, which can be done with Automator, a program installed with OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. MUO published an article last year, How To Use Automator To Batch Rename Images on Mac about how to use a previous version of Automator. This how-to will show you how to use the newest version, incorporating the Services template to help you get started. The focus on this automation tutorial will show you how to create a Services menu item for the Mac that resizes a selected image on your Mac and attaches it to an email. Step 1 Launch Automator, found in your applications folder. Step 2 Step 3 1. 2. Step 4 1.
Find Open Source Alternatives to commercial software List of MS-DOS commands This article presents a list of commands used by x86 DOS operating systems. Other DOS operating systems are not part of the scope of this list. In the PC operating systems MS-DOS and PC DOS, a number of standard system commands were provided for common tasks such as listing files on a disk or moving files. Some commands were built into the command interpreter, others existed as external commands on disk. Over the several generations of DOS, commands were added for the additional functions of the operating system. Command processing The command interpreter for DOS runs when no application programs are running. In the list below, commands that can accept more than one filename, or a filename including wildcards (* and ?) The command interpreter preserves the case of whatever parameters are passed to commands, but the command names themselves and filenames are case-insensitive. While many commands are the same across many DOS systems (MS-DOS, PC DOSsome differ in command syntax or name.