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10.5: How to reset Leopard back to the Setup Assistant
Authored by: daytonabeach on Oct 22, '08 01:02:06PM

Hi!

Whats does the $ means?
Is it just some fancy sign for a special command? I doesnt appear to be included in the commands?

Then, how do i know if there are any separation between the different command?
Do i hit enter for each line, if so, i get back to a new line with "rooth" and no message about anything being executed, is that correct?



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10.5: How to reset Leopard back to the Setup Assistant
Authored by: glusk on Nov 03, '08 11:19:42AM

In most unix systems, your command prompt ends in a $. If you have superuser privileges, your prompt probably ends in a #.

They're usually included in these posts to indicate a new command line. Might make it a little confusing when copy/pasting though.




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