No disrespectBut if you’re undeniably “new to Mac” then start playing around with terminal announcements, obviously knowing what you’re doing, and cynically imagining what you’ve done for newbies if they don’t understand that a hacker is likely to something will break, possibly irreparably.
Maybe place your order on Unix, or create a virtual machine and fiddle with it until a typo or malicious terminal management gives you a lot of trouble today.
How are you people?! I’m still new to Mac, but I’m still curious about looking up user accounts via terminal on my mac, Pro Snow Leopard 10.6.8, Late 2011. line .in .terminal .dscl .. /User description Grep -v | “^_”. I then typed it into my 6 main accounts, users plus “Root”, “Daemon” and a huge “Nobody” appeared. What are the “Root” accounts, your current “Daemon” and “Nobody” accounts? Why is “man” created at all? Vizio Blu-ray Player Host Account Hacked? Thank you all.