#1 30 Mar 2018 21:24

gofrostygo
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Registered: 30 Mar 2018
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What does the command "di" do?

While attempting to type "diskutils" in terminal, I accidentally entered "di" instead. This prompted the system to immediately shut-down and reinstall OSX (10.13.4).

As far as I can tell, my system is otherwise fine, my home directory contains all of my files. However, I'd like to know exactly what I did. Does anyone know what "di" actually does?

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#2 01 Apr 2018 08:41

Pyprohly
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Registered: 26 Nov 2014
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Re: What does the command "di" do?

There’s no “di” command on my system (macOS 10.13.3), nor is there “diskutils” but I think you mean “diskutil”. Perhaps it was coincidental?

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