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How to Fix Blurry Fonts on macOS Mojave (With Subpixel Antialiasing)
Apple’s macOS Mojave disables subpixel antialiasing, also known as font smoothing, by default. On a MacBook Air or a desktop Mac hooked up to a non-Retina display, upgrading will make your fonts look worse.
mac_os_x  fonte  retina  dica  terminal  how-to 
november 2018 by rtopitt
How to change where screenshots are saved on Mac
Taking a screenshot on a Mac is effortless. Simply hold down Command-Shift-3 to capture the entire screen, or Command-Shift-4 to capture a highlighted area. You can even hold down Command-Shift-4 and then hit the space bar to screenshot a specific window or menu.

The only annoying part is that screenshots are saved to the desktop by default, which creates a cluttered mess if you take a lot of screenshots. The good news is that there is an easy solution for changing the location where screenshots are saved.
apple  mac_os_x  screenshot  tip  terminal 
august 2017 by rtopitt - match command-line arguments to their help text
write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument
bash  shell  console  terminal  help  reference  parser  manual 
may 2016 by rtopitt
It's showtime in a terminal near you! Put on your best colours, resize to 80 columns, and let your fingers fly!

Termshows are purely text based. This makes them ideal for demoing instructions (as the user can copy-paste), making fail-safe "live-coding" sessions (plain text is very scalable), and sharing all your l33t terminal hacks.
cli  demo  screencast  terminal  utilidade  video  geek 
february 2016 by rtopitt
Agreeing to the Xcode license from the command line. - Tom Hennigan
Got the following error after updating Xcode for iOS 7 this morning:

Agreeing to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin privileges, please re-run as root via sudo.

Running sudo xcrun cc should bring up the cli version of the Xcode license agreement. Another option is to open and agree in the GUI.
mac_os_x  xcode  terminal  console  apple  terms  tip 
september 2014 by rtopitt · The Terminal
I’ve been using the Unix command line since 1983 and like most software developers, the Terminal app is a permanent fixture in my Dock. Over the years I’ve learned a lot of things that make working in this environment more productive, but even old dogs like me are constantly learning new tricks.
shell  terminal  tip  console  unix  bash 
september 2014 by rtopitt
Twitter Bootstrap theme styled like old console terminals
css  theme  bootstrap  geek  console  terminal  old_school  bizarre  hahaha 
july 2014 by rtopitt
iTerm2 - Mac OS Terminal Replacement
iTerm2 supports several non-standard escape codes.

Servem para colorir o terminal programaticamente.
iterm  terminal  bash  shell  cor  documentação  proprietário  mac_os_x  script  reference 
march 2014 by rtopitt
csshx - Cluster SSH tool for Mac OS X - Google Project Hosting
csshX is a tool to allow simultaneous control of multiple SSH sessions. csshX will attempt to create an SSH session to each remote host in separate windows. A master window will also be created. All keyboard input in the master will be sent to all the slave windows.
ssh  terminal  múltiplo  software_livre  ferramenta  shell  mac_os_x 
december 2013 by rtopitt
Running Changed Tests
How can we leverage the awesomeness of git to run only the tests that have changed from one branch to another?
rails  git  rspec  teste  how-to  bash  alias  branch  terminal  tip 
june 2013 by rtopitt
jq is like sed for JSON data - you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text.
json  shell  terminal  manipulação  api  c  tip  programming 
october 2012 by rtopitt
Share Your Terminal With No Fuss -
ASCII.IO is the simplest way to record your terminal and share the recordings with your fellow geeks. Simply record and upload your terminal session with single command, and ASCII.IO will play it back in your browser.
screencast  shell  terminal  ascii  bash  playback  asciicasts  sharing  video 
august 2012 by rtopitt
Mosh: the mobile shell
Remote terminal application that allows roaming, supports intermittent connectivity, and provides intelligent local echo and line editing of user keystrokes.

Mosh is a replacement for SSH. It's more robust and responsive, especially over Wi-Fi, cellular, and long-distance links.

Mosh is free software, available for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X.
mosh  shell  ssh  terminal  linux  unix  substituto  alternativa  remoto 
april 2012 by rtopitt
Cool, but obscure unix tools :: KKovacs
Just a list of 20 (now 28) tools for the command line. Some are little-known, some are just too useful to miss, some are pure obscure -- I hope you find something useful that you weren't aware of yet! Use your operating system's package manager to install most of them.
unix  terminal  cli  linux  comando  shell  tip 
april 2012 by rtopitt
Production is Red, Development is Blue
Example scenario: ssh into your production machine, and your terminal automatically sets its background color to red. Exit back to your development machine, and the background color automatically reverts to blue.
terminal  iterm  ssh  mac_os_x  fundo  tip 
april 2012 by rtopitt
Como integrar o Terminal no Nautilus | Ubuntued
O Nautilus-Terminal é um pacote que enriquece o Nautilus (o explorador de ficheiros do Ubuntu) com um terminal embutido. O resultado desta combinação é um Nautilus que tem sempre à disposição um Terminal que se encontra sempre na pasta que está a visualizar. Ou seja, este software permite que sempre que mude de pasta tenha um Terminal à sua disposição para essa mesma pasta. Para além disso, e porque nem sempre é preciso, o Nautilus-Terminal permite que aparece apenas em pastas escolhidas por si, ou então que esteja sempre oculto até que necessite de o utilizar.
nautilus  ubuntu  gnome  terminal  shell  instalação  how-to  ppa  deb  geek  linux  tip 
september 2010 by rtopitt
Relevance Blog : Working With Multiple Ruby Versions Has Never Been This Easy
The Ruby VM market is thriving, and we increasingly find ourselves spending the morning in JRuby and the afternoon in Ruby Enterprise Edition. Or Thursday using Leopard Ruby and Friday using Ruby 1.9. Or … well, you get the idea. So we needed a lightweight tool that eliminates the cost (in both time and frustration) of switching between Ruby versions. We wanted something drop-dead simple. Meet the Ruby Switcher.
ruby  1.9  1.8  jruby  ree  importante  alternador  script  terminal  bash  instalação  ferramenta  troca  vm  programming 
august 2009 by rtopitt
Ubuntu brings advanced Screen features to the masses - Ars Technica
The latest version of Ubuntu includes some nifty embellishments to the GNU Screen program. These improvements make some of Screen's more sophisticated features accessible to users and simplify
9.04  jaunty  pacote  screen  terminal  ubuntu  server 
may 2009 by rtopitt
$ command line ruby cheat sheets
Welcome. You've reached the central repository for cheat, the RubyGem which puts Ruby-centric cheat sheets right into your terminal. Cheat sheets are basically wiki pages accessible from the command line. You can browse, add, or edit cheat sheets.
cheat_sheet  gem  ruby  shell  terminal  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt
Ubuntu Unleashed: Howto: Completely Transparent Shell on your Ubuntu desktop with Compiz Fusion
I will show how to create a conky'esque transparent shell using only gnome-terminal and Compiz-fusion. Check out the attached screenshots.
compiz  desktop  fusion  how-to  shell  terminal  ubuntu 
may 2009 by rtopitt

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