When you’re booting your Mac from the recovery partition and are planning to reinstall OS X, you might be met by the following message: An error occurred while preparing the installation. Try running again Now, if you haven’t used your Mac for a while, the error might be caused by an incorrect system date setting. You can check … Continue reading Changing system date from Terminal
You can check for available updates, ignore packages, and install any or all Mac OS X Software Updates directly from the command line. To see what updates are available, or to install a software update from the Terminal of OS X, you’ll use the ‘softwareupdate’ command as we’ll instruct below. List All Available Mac Software … Continue reading Check and Install Mac OS X Software Updates from the Terminal
By pressing a combination of keys, you can do things that normally need a mouse, trackpad, or other input device.
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