MacOS – Install command line tools without xcode

If you want (need) to install command line tools in MacOS and do not want to install the full xCode: 1 – Launch the Terminal 2 – Run the following command The installation will be in /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/ and will have Continue reading MacOS – Install command line tools without xcode

MacOS – Manage FileVault from command line

FileVault is a built in application on your Mac that allows you to fully encrypt your hard disk. To check the status of file vault within Terminal type the following: fdesetup status To enable FileVault type the following: * Terminal Continue reading MacOS – Manage FileVault from command line

Ubuntu – FF Multi Converter – Convert Audio/Videos/Images/Documents

FF Multi Converter is a simple graphical application which converts audio, video, image, and document files between all popular formats, using and combining other programs. It uses ffmpeg for audio/video files, unoconv for document files, and the PythonMagick library for Continue reading Ubuntu – FF Multi Converter – Convert Audio/Videos/Images/Documents

Linux – How to untar a tar file or gzip-bz2 tar file

Tar file can come compressed or uncompressed. Generally that are compressed using gzip or bzip2. The program, tar, will uncompress both types and extract the files from archive. Type at the command prompt x = eXtract, this indicated an extraction Continue reading Linux – How to untar a tar file or gzip-bz2 tar file