Have tried this on a Tiger OS X Reboot Hold down Apple+S when you hear the chime When you see the Aplle on screen, hit the power button once You should see the text prompt now Advertisements
Converting the line ending of a file on your Mac from dos or windows format to Mac format is as simple as
Using Mac OS X and browsing the file system with ‘Finder’, I often want to open Terminal or iTerm and have the default path set to the current Finder folder.
Some of my colleagues have Apple Macs and use an application called ‘Quick Silver’ for managing frequently use application/scripts/text files/notes/ims/etc. I was impressed with what one could do with it and began looking for something similar on Ubuntu.