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You can check for available updates, ignore packages, and install any or all Mac OS X Software Updates directly from the command line.
To get a list of available software updates, type the following command:
You will see a list of available updates. You can then install all available software updates with the following command:
sudo softwareupdate -iva
The use of sudo is required to get superuser privileges to actually install the updates. You can also install only the recommended updates with:
sudo softwareupdate -irv
Or you can just install specific software updates by specifying the shorthand package name from the previous list, like so:
sudo softwareupdate -i iPhoneConfigurationUtility-3.2
If there are any updates you want to ignore, you can do so with the –ignore flag, for example:
sudo softwareupdate --ignore iWeb3.0.2-3.0.2
If you want to see all the available command line shortcuts for Software Update, just type:
This is really useful for remotely updating Macs, setting up automated updates via a bash script, or if you just want to geek out.
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Taking a smartphone out of the box for the first time can elicit a wide spectrum of emotions, starting with unadulterated excitement that can quickly devolve into panic, chaos, and confusion: what do you do now? How do you make it awesome? How do you emanate an air of “cool” on the subway by using apps specifically designed to make you look like a badass? Well, fear not, newly-minted Android smartphone owner: as always, we’ve got your back. Read on for all the apps, accessories, and tips you should be investigating right this very second.