MacOS Fundamentals (MacOS Terminal)

Hi guys! Who faced with section “MacOS Terminal”, and the particular task “Read the zsh configuration shown in the section above to find what command is mapped to ‘ll’. Submit the command as the answer”. I tried various answers for alias “ll” like “ls-l”, “ls-la”, and others, but they were not correct. Maybe somebody can point path for answer.

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Module summary

“…the module may require basic terminal usage, mostly covered in the Linux Fundamentals module, so we recommend doing that module before this one.”
This might help

I have already studied it. There were no information about alias “ll” for macOS.

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The problem has been solved. The answer is in the module. There was a problem with space.


I put the command “ll”, however it says incorrect. Can you guide me to correct answer?

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You can see answer in section “ MacOS terminal”. Alias “ll”, be careful with spaces.

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still not getting this im using the same as what they show , im curious as too what you mean by spaces

Hi, there is no space between “ls and -…”

thanks i figured it out, sorry for the late reply. it was a fun module. i do wish these modules had more target practice tho tbh. i feel like the knowledge would stick more definitely

Can you share the answer please?
I think there is still a problem with the spaces

Hi, sorry, I can’t write here correct answer due to terms and conditions. Please follow my answer from May 27 and you figure out. Carefully check spaces.

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I have response correct with ls -l

Please, tell me where I can find the Os X machine. Because I don’t found. I can start only my Pwnbox.

Haven’t used macOS before, any help with the first question?
"Find the numeric version running on your machine and submit it as the answer. "

Not sure if i must have a mac to answer that question, i can not see any ip to connect remotely either from my pwned box.

Not sure if someone else had this same question but I could solve it by googling for version number XD

Hi, Use this one 11.X, where x number from 5-9. I can’t write an exact number due to forum restrictions. Good luck.