MacOS – Install mysql client without the server

If you want to use Mysql client in a Mac without installing Mysql Server, just do the following: 1) Install MySqlWorkbench https://www.mysql.com/products/workbench/ 2) Run the following command in terminal _ What others are reading:Laravel 5.8.5 ReleasedLaravel 5.8.3 ReleasedLaravel 5.7.26 ReleasedMacOS Continue reading MacOS – Install mysql client without the server

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 – Split large files in small parts

You can use the split command with the -b option: It can be reassembled: (This assumes that you used the default output names when running split.) What others are reading:Laravel 5.8 is ReleasedLaravel 5.7.26 ReleasedMacOS – Install command line tools Continue reading Macos – Split large files in small parts

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