I am having trouble decoding a .ecm file on my computer. This is my first Mac so I'm new to the different operating systems. I'm on a MacBook Pro, Snow Leopard I believe, I know I haven't upgraded to Lion. 10.6.8 seems to be the current version. I have the cmdpack downloaded from Neill Corlett, just not sure how to use it really. Any help you can give would be much appreciated. Thanks.
The cmdpack you downloaded are command line tools. If you have a recent mac, you should have downloaded the
To use these tools, you'll need to venture into the UNIX command line. This is analogous to the command prompt of Windows, and can be accessed using the Terminal application in /Applications/Utilities.
Once you've downloaded the cmdpack.gz file, uncompress it to a directory by double-clicking it. For ease of explanation, then drop the .ecm file you want to work with into that directory. Open Terminal (either find it in Utilities or Spotlight search for it) and then navigate to the cmdpack directory (the easiest way to do this is to type
When you're in the appropriate working directory, you can type
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