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Mac OS X from the Command Line Training Video

  • Duration: 7 hours - 87 tutorial videos
  • Date Released: 2015-04-28
  • Works on: Windows PC or Mac
  • Format: DVD and Download
  • Instructor: Chris Tarnowieckyi

A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills

In this project-based Mac OS X from the Command Line video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get:

  • Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Mac OS X from the Command Line training videos delivered to your desktop
  • The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface
  • A quick grasp of even the most complex Mac OS X from the Command Line subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos

Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Mac OS X from the Command Line tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects.

In this Mac OS X from the Command Line training course, expert author Chris Tarnowieckyi will teach you all about the command line tools and how to use them. This course is designed for users that are already familiar with Mac OS X.

You will start by learning how to open the terminal and configure and customize a session. From there, Chris will teach you how to compare Finder actions with commands, add functions to the system, and get system information. This video tutorial also covers how to manage the system, find, identify, and manage data, and use Directory services. You will also cover how to manage profiles and keychains, install packages, and process media with commands unique to Apple. Finally, you will learn about the Apple System Log, and about automation and development.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of using the OS X command line to work more efficiently. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Course Outline

01. Introduction Welcome How To Use This Course Getting Started Right Away 0104 How To Access Your Working Files 02. Introducing Apple Terminal App Open The Terminal And Configure A Session Customize A Terminal Session And Export Settings Tabs, Windows Sessions And Split Panes Configure The Default Shell 03. Comparing Finder Actions With Commands Opening Objects From The Command Line Copying Objects The Apple Way 04. Adding Functions To The System 0401 Downloading Apple Command Line Tools 0402 Installing Apple Xcode Development System 0403 Using TextEdit Or 3rd Party Editor 05. Getting System Information 0501 Exploring The System_Profiler Utility 0502 Getting System Information With scutil 0503 Examining The Disk System With diskutil 0504 Getting System Information With systemsetup 0505 Getting Network Information With networksetup 06. Managing The System 0601 Using SoftwareUpdate To List And Install Available Updates 0602 Managing System Power Settings With Pmset 0603 Re-Running The Apple Setup Assistant 0604 Creating A Full Install Media Set 07. Disk Volume System 0701 Examining Partition Schemes And Volume Formats 0702 Splitting Partitions 0703 Merging Partitions 0704 Creating A Mirror RAID Volume 0705 Creating A Striped RAID Volume 0706 Creating A Concatenated Volume 0707 Creating A CoreStorage Encrypted Volume 0708 Verifying And Repairing A Disk or Volume 0709 Verifying And Repairing Permissions 0710 Renaming And Checking Volume Information 08. File System 0801 The File System Hierarchy 0802 The Hidden File System 0803 Locking And Unlocking File System Objects 0804 Detailed File System Access 0805 Exploring Ownership On External Volumes 0806 Examining And Managing Metadata 0807 How Apple Metadata Is Preserved In Other File Systems 0808 Monitoring The File System With fs_usage 09. Finding, Identifying And Managing Data 0901 Using Spotlight With The mdfind And mdls Commands 0902 Examining Apple File Formats With The File Command 0903 Comparing Documents With opendiff 0904 Creating Disk Images With hdiutil 0905 Creating Zip Files With zip Or ditto Commands 10. Network System 1001 Configuring Settings With The networksetup Command 1002 Examining The Difference Between ipconfig And ifconfig 1003 Using Network Utility From The Command Line 1004 Managing Wifi From The Command Line 1005 AirDrop Management 11. Directory Services 1101 Exploring Users With dscl 1102 Enabling And Disabling The Root User 1103 Exploring Groups With dscl, dseditgroup And dsmemberutil 1104 Creating Several Users Or Groups With dsimport 1105 Binding To An Apple Open Directory Service 1106 Troubleshooting Directory Service Connections 1107 Flushing The Directory Services And DNS Caches 12. Profiles And Managed Preferences 1201 Managing Profiles With The profiles Command 1202 Examining Managed Preferences With The mcxquery Command 13. Keychains 1301 Managing User Keychains With The security Command 1302 Managing The SystemKeychain With The systemkeychain Command 14. Data Transfer And Remote Management 1401 Storing SSH Keys In The Keychain With ssh-add 1402 Using Caffeinate To Keep A Computer System Awake 1403 Starting Apple Remote Desktop With Kickstart 15. Installer, Packages And Receipts 1501 Installing Packages With installer 1502 Examining The Installed Items With system_profiler 1503 Examining The Receipts With lsbom 1504 Removing A Receipt for A Package With pkgutil 1505 Examining The Apple Standard Packages List With repair_packages 16. Processing Media With Commands Unique To Apple 1601 Speaking Text or Creating Audio Files With say 1602 Taking A Screen Snapshot With screencapture 1603 Managing Image Files With sips 1604 Managing Documents With textutil 1605 Exploring QuickLook With qlmanage 17. Log System 1701 Introduction To The Apple System Log 1702 Creating System Log Messages With logger And syslog 1703 Defining A Custom Log In 1704 Defining A Custom Module 1705 Receiving Log Messages From External Sources 1706 Sending Log Message To Remote Hosts 18. Automation And Development 1801 Using The defaults Command To Create Or Manage Settings 1802 Flushing The Preferences Cache 1803 Using The plutil And pl Commands On XML Files 1804 Using launchctl To Configure Scheduled Processes 1805 Creating Installer Package With The pkgbuild Command 1806 Exploring AppleScript Integration With Shell Scripts 19. Conclusion 1901 Where To Get More Information