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Sell a man a fish when he really needs to know how to fish himself, and
you're ripping him off. Then too, there are times when he needs you to
throw him a line.
CLIX ('command line interface for OS X') makes it easier to harness the
power of Unix. It becomes both a fish to buy and a series of lessons in
how to fish, and ultimately can become a handy work of reference.
It doesn't try to rip you off - it tries to teach you, so you become
more independent and don't need that line thrown at you all the time.
The CLIX package includes a starter command database file with over 1,500
(one thousand five hundred - yes, you read it right) system commands for
investigating your system status, for cleaning out your junk files, for
getting at secret settings for the Dock, the Finder, and all of your
most used applications - and all sorted for easy access, any way you
You also gain access for the first time to the tens of thousands of
files in your BSD subsystem.
If it can be done in OS X, it can be done in CLIX; if it can't be done
in CLIX, it can't be done.
And most importantly, the CLIX system is infinitely extensible: you can
add to it at any time, and in any way you please.
- License: Freeware
- Author/Publisher: Rixstep
- Modification Date: October 13, 2008
- Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher