Just want to ignore all the permission denied and find the file? sudo cd / sudo find . -name connect-console-sink.properties 2>/dev/null The “2>/dev/null” just writes all error messages to the bitbucket/null device
/Library/PostgreSQL/15 With version 15 and likely older versions there is a pg_env.sh script in this folder that can be used to set up some environment variables to point to postgresql executables. /Library/PostgreSQL/15 mike@Michaels-Laptop 15 % cat pg_env.sh #!/bin/sh # The script sets environment variables helpful for PostgreSQL export PATH=/Library/PostgreSQL/15/bin:$PATH export PGDATA=/Library/PostgreSQL/15/data export PGDATABASE=postgres export PGUSER=postgres …
The tree command was “not found” on Mac OS so here is what I did to get it. Then you can use it like this:
Yes this is a YouTube but there are nice time series stamps below it. I especially liked: 1.) control-l to clear the screen and 2.) control-r to search history 3.) mount | column -t (both worked on Mac)
With a folder selected from the Finder Menu pick Finder->Services->New Terminal At Folder See screenshot:
Command+= =Zoom-In In other words, press the Command key while simultaneously pressing the “=” key will zoom in Command+- = Zoom-Out In other words, press the Command key while simultaneously pressing the “-” key (to the left of the “=” key / top row right) will zoom out
Here is a really good article on it: https://www.cnet.com/tech/computing/how-to-take-a-screenshot-on-your-mac-4-ways-to-capture-your-screen/ Generally here is how it works: Command Shift 3 – Captures a screenshot of your entire desktop Command Shift 4 – Starts a cross hair directed capture Command Shift 5 – Starts a Menu Bar giving you options to capture – most flexible
uncheck Enable Touch Bar Zoom in System –> Accessibility –> Zoom. I had accidentally checked it when I was making some other changes.
Link to comprehensive documentation on how to use ssh without having to provide a password for the remote node everytime How to use ssh-keygen to generate a new SSH key Basically the process is: Generate a public and private key on your server. Do not enter a pass phrase ssh-keygen -t rsa Now copy the …
The curl command transfers data from any server over to your computer. The wget command downloads the data as a file.