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ip command in Mac OS X terminal

I use the command ip link in Linux. Now I want it on Mac OS X, but the Mac OS X terminal doesn't have ip. What should I use instead?
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How to have multiple windows in a SSH terminal session?

From Mac OSX I login to a remote server that handles parallel computing jobs. I am not able to install anything on this server as it is administered by the university. I have multiple jobs running and ...
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1answer
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“There are stopped jobs” when I try to quit terminal

I am using terminal.app on a MacBookPro running Mac OSX Lion 10.7.5. When I try to exit the terminal, I get a message "There are stopped jobs" and the exit fails. What does this error message mean, ...
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Replace OS X's shell commands with the linux versions?

The commands available by default in the Terminal in OS X, don't seem to behave like their linux versions. How can I replace all of them with the actual GNU linux commands? For example sed -i ...
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Can you do any damage with “rm -R *” on a Mac?

I just cd to "/" on a Mac and accidentally entered "rm -R *". I know the command means delete everything in "/" but I wasn't sudoing, should I reinstall Mac OS? Or does a mac protect against this sort ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to stream windows applications to Linux via VNC?

Is it possible to stream windows applications to Linux via VNC? Need only some apps not a whole desktop.
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Capturing remote output locally in Mac Terminal

I want local programmatic access to ssh output in Mac Terminal. First, I tried redirecting the output of each command to a file. The file was perfect, but of course it was on the remote server, and ...
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3answers
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Terminal.app characters set changes — completely illegible

I was just ssh'd into my server (Ubuntu 10.04.2), and I ran aptitude (in interactive mode). Once I pressed one key (one of the letters, g I believe), it turned into this (not just the SSH session; ...