Skype Command Line Switches For Macos

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Well this is most of the time easy but useful when need and you can't remind the command you have to use to add a static route in a Mac OS X installation.

Skype Command Line Switches For Macos 7

Open fist the terminal session. Use the following command:

sudo route -n add x.x.x.x/24 x.x.x.x

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To delete a route you have to use the following command:

sudo route -n delete x.x.x.x/24 x.x.x.x

To view you route table on you Mac you use the following command:

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netstat -nr

Add a startup item (to avoid doing the above command every reboot):

cd /System/Library/StartupItems
mkdir AddRoutes
cd AddRoutes

Create a file called AddRoutes (Note: same as the folder name).

vi AddRoutes
# Set static routing tables
. /etc/rc.common
StartService ()
if [ '${ADDROUTES:=-NO-}' = '-YES-' ]; then
ConsoleMessage 'Adding Static Routing Table'
sudo route -nv add
StopService ()
return 0
StopService ()
return 0
RestartService ()
return 0
RunService “$1″

Then create a file StartupParameters.plist:

Description = “Add static routing tables”;
Provides = (”AddRoutes”);
Requires = (”Network”);
OrderPreference = “None”;

Then change permissions:

chmod 755 AddRoutes StartupParameters.plist

Reboot your computer. Verify with netstat -nr.

  • misteriks, this worked for me! I've been struggling with this for some time, so thank you! - SRock686 years ago
  • This works for me as well. I Microsoft Lync Basic 2013. I used the following as a batch file.
    echo off
    taskkill.exe /F /IM iexplore.exe /T
    taskkill.exe /F /IM outlook.exe /T
    taskkill.exe /F /IM lync.exe /T
    '%~dp0Setup.exe' /uninstall LYNCENTRY /config '%~dp0adminconfig_uninstall_Lync_Basic.xml'
    Now I placed the xml in Admin > config_uninstall_Lync_Basic.xml
    the XML should look like:
    <Configuration Product='LYNCENTRY'>
    <Display Level='None' AcceptEULA='TRUE' />
    <Setting Value='NEVER' />
    Thanks misteriks - felixcruz35 years ago
  • The 'C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedOFFICE15Office Setup Controllersetup.exe' /UNINSTALL Lync /config c:tempSilentUninstallLync.xml worked perfectly - burnhas4 years ago