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Based on this question NOTE: I am assuming you are in recovery already. Commands are like this. Open Terminal from the menu bar (under Utilities) Change directory: cd /Volumes List all volumes: ls Change to the volume you want to access. For example, usually the Mac disk is called "Macintosh HD". So, you would do, cd "Macintosh HD". Replace "Macintosh HD"...


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Look further into terminal before you give up on it. Under the Shell menu, you'll find New Remote Connection.... The list of default servers will be auto-populated via Bonjour, but you can still create and save new sessions for ssh, sftp, ftp, and telnet. Of course, the default services in UNIX also allow you to create your SSH keys so that when you log into ...



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