Terminal (or Terminal.app) is the program included in Mac OS X for running applications and issuing commands using the command line interface. These programs are controlled by typing lines of text, rather than using the mouse or keyboard commands in the usual graphical user interface (GUI).

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Mountain Lion - Cycle though windows not working on Terminal

Since updating to Mountain Lion, the keyboard shortcut for cycling through windows is not working for me in Terminal (and is driving me nuts!). Is there any known fix for this issue? The keyboard ...
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Running a bunch of commands in Terminal

I run the following commands for logkext a lot in my terminal and would like a know a way to automate the whole process. Open terminal type "sudo logKextClient" Type in administrator password ...
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About 'Remote Login' how to logout that?

It's my first post and I'm not quite good in English. If I explained something not clear please let me know. For simple when you logged in Terminal.app (on Mac OSX) the prompt should be ...
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Terminal has gone weird after screen sharing

I used screen sharing on my Macbook Pro to remote control my friend's iMac. Unfortunately, now my Terminal now says: kellys-iphone-2:~ James$ Why is it now saying this all of a sudden? Where has ...
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“Home” and “End” HotKeys in Vim INSERT Mode with MacBook Pro

I am pretty new to Vim and to Mac, I have a MacBook Pro with Retina Display running OS X 10.8.3, which does NOT have native Home, End, PageUp and PageDown keys. I know the Fn + arrow keys can work in ...
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nvram -p shows “LocationServicesEnabled %01” … does that mean I have a GPS?

What does LocationServicesEnabled mean on a MacBookPro Retina?