Mac Os Command Line For Software Installation

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is that some packages (notably Fink) don't work using this installer application. Kind of frustrating when you need a command-line app on a remote computer and you can't install Fink in order to install the app! :-)
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I also discovered this installer command the day that I read the recent article here about installing a no-ip linux client as a startup item. The .pkg that was pointed to by that article did not work via the command line. I had to do it from home. Even then it still didn't seem to be workgin right, though, so I removed it and installed the fink version which seems to be working, once I understood how to set that version up. A fully working command-line installer is much needed, but if it works on some things now that's still pretty good..
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You have to run these packages (OS updates usually fall under this category) from root.
cd /
sudo /usr/sbin/installer -pkg /path/to/pkg.pkg -target /
Mac Os Command Line For Software Installation

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sudo reboot is a harsh command, I believe you'd use all unsaved documents, I wouldn't recommend doing it this way.
Something like:
sudo osascript -e 'tell application 'Finder' to restart'
Would be much better. It would get canceled if there is unsaved data.

arr, but if your using the cli to install packages most likely the box is on a remote site, so u cant press 'save' or 'don't save' and the restart would time out
there has to be away of avoiding this because it would be nice to be able to restart and / or log out a user via the cli
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there is .. use VNC to control the GUI remotely. for the few times I really need GUI access to my server remotely, it's perfect. For security's sake, don't add a firewall rule to open the port. Tunnel the connection through ssh from the machine you're sitting on .. ssh -L 5900:localhost:5900 remote_ip_or_dns
Then use localhost & port 5900 in your vnc client. You can have the remote machine always running the vnc server, or run it from the ssh shell.

Of course, if you go this route, isntalling via the CLI is pointless since you can just do it via the GUI.

The applescript is all very nice, but if no one is logged into the remote machine is does not work, the response is '29:36: execution error: Application isn't running (-600)' (tested with OS X 10.3.5)

This is great. Now if only I could create packages from the command line rather than using PackageMaker interactively.

You can create packages from the command line. i've done it in 10.4, but haven't tried in 10.5.
in tiger, PackageMaker will load in /Developer/Applications/Utilities/
but really all .app's are just folders, so you can call the CLI by /Developer/Applications/Uitilities/
you'll have to feed it a number of flags like -build and -p.. i think there's a man page for it somewhere.

If you look in /usr/sbin/ a couple of utils already stand out because of their name:
You can find out what they do by looking at their man pages or running them (not as root obviously)

What the best podcast editing software mac download. Some of these don't have man pages. Notably (for me):
opendiff - run the cocoa diff utility on two files
scselect - select network location
disktool - I'm sure this does something handy

Mac Os Command Line For Software Installation
Installing multiple packages from the command line

Mac Os Command Line For Software Installation Free

You may also find installpkg to be helpful. Installpkg will allow you to easily install multiple packages with just a single command. If you have a collection of dmg's each of which has an installer in the root directory, installpkg makes installing all the packages a snap.