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Find camera connected to Macintosh in Terminal?

Is it possible use the Terminal on Mac (OS X 10.6.8) to find a camera (Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS in this case) connected via USB? This camera does not show up in the Finder as a mounted drive. Where/How ...
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Blank Terminal (no response) on Mac

I've seen numerous cases of this all over the internet, and the solution is (optionally: Do _ and then) reboot. The reboot is the only necessary step, but I'd like to remove that step (find the root ...
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How to remove the scrollbar in Terminal.app on Mac OS X 10.6?

If there is a way. I know iTerm2 has it.
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How can I get the Snow Leopard Terminal app to act like the Leopard Terminal app?

The delimiters for double-click text selection in the Leopard Terminal app (version 2.0.2) included slash (/) and period (.) -- the delimiters for double-click text selection in the Snow Leopard ...
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Newbie OSX problem in terminal with running a command on a file in a different folder

I'm trying to run a command on a different folder. The command I'm trying to run is \Applications\VirtualBox.app\MacOS\VBoxManage modifyhd Windows98.vdi --resize 1000 Windows98.vdi i the the ...
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Mac Terminal/iTerm history cursor problems

So often, I run a command in either Terminal.app or iTerm, press the up arrow to go back to edit it, and the cursor jumps to the line above or somewhere totally in the wrong place. It especially ...
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355 views

Open, resize and position Terminal App

Dow anyone have a script that opens a new terminal window, resizes it and then positions the window somewhere specific on the desktop?
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Snow Leopard hide scrollbar in terminal?

Is there a way to get rid of the scrollbar in Terminal.app in SN (it worked with earlier versions of OSX, but so far I didn't get it working on 10.6)
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Can I make Terminal.app open different profiles with shortcut like iTerm?

I've been using iTerm for a while, but I switched back to Terminal.app in Snow Leopard due to the Visor plugin. Most of thing works pretty well after I switched to Terminal.app, except in iTerm, I ...
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1answer
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How to use standard-style cursor moving in Terminal of Snow Leopard?

I want to use command + arrows to move cursor to the beginning and to the end of line, alt + arrows to move it trough words in Terminal (zsh shell). Are there ways to do this?
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Arrow keys don't work in htop on OS X in Terminal

Not sure when it happened, or what I did (if anything), but my arrow keys don't work in htop anymore to scroll around. They used to though. You should be able to press up and down to scroll up and ...
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Is there a away to make a chromeless Terminal on Mac OS X?

Is removing or modifying the chrome-bar (topbar) of an OS X window possible? The window in question is the window from Terminal.app.
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How to assign a keyboard shortcut to a specific New Window template in Terminal.app?

I have a template set up in Snow Leopard's Terminal.app to create a new window or tab with my preferred emulation settings for a particular host that I use. I'd like to assign a keyboard shortcut to ...
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Is there a way to hide Terminal.app's credentials (prompt text)?

I lose too many columns in my terminal because of the credentials ( Victor-Rodriguess-MacBook-Pro:~ victorrodrigues$ ). Could I shrink this? The only information I see as really needed sometimes for ...
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Why can't I read or write a file whose owner is root and permission is 707 in Terminal.app on Snow Leopard?

This is what happens - but why? liuxiang@MacBookPro: ~/casecode/sh $ ls -l sa -rwx---rwx 1 root admin 55 10 21 00:07 sa liuxiang@MacBookPro: ~/casecode/sh $ cat sa cat: sa: Permission denied ...
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Bash on Snow Leopard doesn't obey terminal colours

With the new version of Snow Leopard, OS X upgraded the bash version to GNU bash, version 3.2.48(1)-release (x86_64-apple-darwin10.0). Now, my .bashrc sets the following settings: # Colors export ...