If you regularly use Terminal, here are some tips and tricks to greatly increase your productivity.
Google's Chrome DevTools offers a convenient Terminal option for you if you use the Chrome browser in OS X.
Clapzok.A is a new malware approach that, with current (albeit limited) loopholes in OS X, can spread among binary files when executed, making it one of the first-known, true computer viruses for OS X.
Apple's built-in text editors offer some quick options for locating and revealing line numbers in documents, which can be exceptionally useful when scripting.
If you have a Bluetooth keyboard, OS X may ignore keystrokes at startup for booting into Safe mode and other optional boot environments.
If you are starting to experiment with the OS X Terminal, you'll want to know what commands are available. Here are some ways to explore your options.
If you use the sudo command often to make changes to your system, you can adjust when it requires you to enter your password.
Apple's Remote Login feature in OS X can be used for securely transferring files using several protocols.
Chrome's interaction with the Air's Intel HD 4000 graphics appears to be causing kernel panics for some.
Google's Internet evangelist, responsible for the address shortage on today's Internet, is anxious for IPv6 improvements. Also: his views on U.N. regulation, censorship, bandwidth caps, and .google.