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Mac X Open Multiple Zip Files To One Folder Unzip

Mac X Open Multiple Zip Files To One Folder Unzip
With OSX you can run a simple terminal command and extract all the files into the same directory without the need of a third party application. File examples: test1.ziptest2.ziptest3.ziptest4.zip Rather than double-clicking each *.zip file (which most of the time creates folders for each file extracted) you can run a command from the Terminal which will...
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Mac OS X Mail Application Slow - FIX (Rebuild Database)

Mac OS X Mail Application Slow - FIX (Rebuild Database)
If you recently upgraded Mac OS X to 10.10, you'll notice the Mac Mail application seems much less responsive - depending on how many email addresses you have added to it. The command below will clean up and rebuild the database Mac Mail stores information for all your email messages. Backup any stored archive folders you're...
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Palo Alto Firewalls - Basic Command Line Parameters

Palo Alto Firewalls - Basic Command Line Parameters
The following are command line parameters that can be run on most Palo Alto firewalls today. Interfaces and RoutesShow full route tableshow routing routeDisplay logical interfaces and configured zonesshow interface logicalShow routers applied to interfacesshow routing interface  SessionsList all sessions in the deviceshow session allDisplay information about a particular sessionshow session id 1234Show session table utilization and...
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Top Terminal Commands Mac X

Most Used Terminal Commands Mac
Terminal & Shell Basics cmd+n – Open a new Shell in a new windowcmd+t – Open a new Shell in a new tab of the current windowcontrol+d – Logout the Shell in the current tab / windowcmd+d – Split pane. this is not a new shell, just a way of displaying the current Shell. System Restart...
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The Purpose of 'Root' SU account in Mac OS X

The Purpose of 'Root' SU account in Mac OS X
  The 'root' account in Mac is not enabled by default. This is because it helps prevent users or intruders gaining access to 'root'  which has God read/write privileges to all areas of the Mac OS system. Since it acts as a God account of the system, it can be leveraged to quickly troubleshoot, access, or...
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