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Split a CSV on Mac OSX
I've had to deal with uploading big data csv files a lot. It's a pain when you encounter timeouts and upload limits, sometimes your only choice is to split the file into smaller files.
reference  terminal 
june 2017 by rmateu
Swap file – Beginners guide to Digital Ocean
Before creating a swap file, we need to figure out it's size. The proper size of the swap file should be the amount of memory your droplet has. If you created a 1 core 1 gigs of ram droplet, you should create a swap file of 1 gigabytes. To do that, use the following command:
terminal  hosting  reference  tk 
june 2016 by rmateu
TermHere · HASHBANG Productions
“Open Terminal Here” shortcut for Finder
tool  terminal  mac  free  tk 
may 2016 by rmateu
Michael Tsai - Blog - Massively Speed Up Time Machine Backups
Open a Terminal window, which you’ll find in the Utilities folder within the Applications list, and paste in the following, typing your login password when prompted:

sudo sysctl debug.lowpri_throttle_enabled=0
terminal  mac  osx  backup 
march 2016 by rmateu
Mosh: the mobile shell
Remote terminal application that allows roaming, supports intermittent connectivity, and provides intelligent local echo and line editing of user keystrokes.
via:naveen  linux  osx  sysadmin  tools  ssh  terminal 
january 2014 by rmateu
How To Edit Your PATH Environment Variables On Mac OS X
If you are new to Mac OS X, you may need to know how to edit your PATH. The good news is that this is an easy task on Mac OS X.

The recommended way is by editing your .bash_profile file. This file is read and the commands in it executed by Bash every time you log in to the system. The best part is that this file is specific to your user so you won’t affect other users on the same system by changing it.
osx  reference  mac  terminal 
november 2013 by rmateu
CIDR block calculator.

Takes a set of dotted-quad IP addresses, ranges, or CIDR blocks, on
stdin; at EOF, prints a minimal set of CIDR ranges to stdout.
cidr  networking  tool  terminal 
october 2013 by rmateu
visionmedia/histo · GitHub
Plot charts in the terminal with arbitrary streaming or non-streaming data.
terminal  data 
february 2013 by rmateu
ruby - Homebrew wants me to amend my PATH. No clue how - Stack Overflow
There are many ways to update your path. Jun1st answer works great. Another method is to augment your .bash_profile to have:

export PATH="/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:~/bin:$PATH"
reference  terminal 
december 2012 by rmateu
Janhouse/tespeed · GitHub
Terminal network speed test that uses servers from Speedtest.net. It uses nearest test server but can also use one manually specified by the user. It should work on Linux/OSX/Windows and anything else that runs Python 2 with Python 2 lxml module.
python  networking  terminal 
december 2012 by rmateu
sivel/speedtest-cli · GitHub
Command line interface for testing internet bandwidth using speedtest.net
tool  terminal  network 
december 2012 by rmateu
fish's fish shell
Welcome to our fork of the fish shell, a command line shell like bash. Its working name is fishfish, but I hope eventually it will just be fish!
reference  mac  terminal  unix 
june 2012 by rmateu
Jump: Alfred-like cd – Adrien Friggeri
To use jump, type j in a terminal, and enter your query at the prompt: results will be updated live as you type.
terminal  mac  utility 
september 2011 by rmateu
cdto - Project Hosting on Google Code
Fast mini application that opens a Terminal.app window cd'd to the front most finder window. This app is designed (including it's icon) to placed in the finder window's toolbar.
tools  terminal  finder  mac 
december 2009 by rmateu
Org-Mode: Your Life in Plain Text
Org-mode is for keeping notes, maintaining ToDo lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system.
notes  terminal  unix  gtd  software 
august 2009 by rmateu
Enhanced Open Terminal Here, for Leopard at Maururu
Now that Leopard’s Terminal finally has tabs there has been a modification of the original script to take advantage of those when your front-most shell is busy (running top or vi for example). Better integration with the Finder also showed through better icons.
mac  finder  utility  terminal 
july 2009 by rmateu

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