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Überprüfen Sie zunächst, welche Adapter zu Verfügung stehen: networksetup -listallnetworkservices Anzeigen des Proxy-Status: networksetup -getwebproxy "Wi-Fi" Setzen Sie einen Proxy: networksetup -setwebproxy "Wi-fi" 8080 Ausschalten des Proxys: networksetup -setwebproxystate "Wi-fi" off


Try networksetup ... From man networksetup .. NOTE must be an admin to run it. DESCRIPTION The networksetup command is used to configure network settings typically configured in the System Preferences application. The networksetup command requires at least admin privileges to change network settings. If the "Require an administrator password to access ...


From looking at the example in the documentation you need to specificy the full path to the commands you want to run /bin/cp $SOURCE_SELECTION_NAMES $TARGET_PATH /path/to/soffice --convert-to odt $SOURCE_SELECTION_NAMES


The new line helped - I got it using profilesToRemove () { profiles list | grep 'com.github.erikberglund' | awk '{print $NF}' } for i in $(profilesToRemove); do profiles remove -identifier "$i" done


You're not iterating through an array. $profilesToRemove is not an array, it's just some lines of text. ${(f)profilesToRemove} is very strange. Perhaps you meant $profilesToRemove? for needs to begin on a new line (or ; separated from the previous statement).


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My workaround is simply to call the interpreter directly. So for example, instead of calling something like: ./ I instead call it with: bash ./ The first form (calling './') exercises the interpreter defined in the shebang line, giving you (unwanted) bash 3.x on OSX (at least as of OSX Big Sur). However, the second form ignores the shebang ...


I think your task is ill-defined & what you have found so far overkill - (that this is because you are new to Mac means that's nothing to be ashamed of, we all start somewhere;) If all you need is to bring an app to the front & enable the location area you can do it in Applescript in 2 lines. tell application "Google Chrome" to activate ...

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