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you could ssh firstname.lastname@example.org killall AppleTV, also you might want to change your passwd from the default. As for a icon, you could but the above into a file and name it with a .sh extention, which could then be 'clicked on'. If you don't want to be prompted for a ssh passwd, set up some ssh keys. Setting up ssh keys If you already have a key on your ...
It may be because scrotwm has been renamed to spectrwm and I'm guessing the old CVS repository has been removed. As per the above link, you can clone the new git repository using either of the following: $ git clone git://opensource.conformal.com/spectrwm.git $ git clone https://opensource.conformal.com/git/spectrwm.git
Solved by myself. XQuartz installation added a custom configuration for ssh in etc/ssh_config. I have just removed ForwardX11 yes and ssh won't open XQuartz anymore.
You can clear the New Remote Connection history (which is shown in the dropbox that you mentioned) by typing the following in an active Terminal window: defaults write com.apple.Terminal PreviousCommands '()' Then, quit and restart Terminal and the history should be empty.
This Applescript should work for you, just replace the values on the first two lines to your liking. It opens a new window with the number of tabs specified (on line 2), and runs a given command in each of them (set on line 1). Use AppleScript Editor or Automator to turn it into an application you can run like any other app, or you can use something like ...
You could try creating a profile for each tab (changing Shell > Run command), opening tabs for each profile in some window, and then saving the window as a window group. See this answer. Or use an AppleScript like this: tell application "Terminal" activate do script "echo 1" -- this always opens a new window tell application "System Events" ...
Yes, it's certainly possible, but you'll need a bit of scripting knowledge to do it entirely. I wish I had a more elegant solution to edit things in place, but here's ham-fisted option if no one has a more surgical option. I typically use slapcat to dump the current user details to a text file and then process is using perl or whatever other tool you want. ...
The in-built screen sharing in OS X works really well. If you're having any problems, I've written an easy to follow tutorial: http://machow2.com/how-to-share-screen-on-mac/
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