A lot of people find the ASCII based command-line text editors (like Vim) a pain to work with. Here’s a few suggestions on how to easily invoke TextEditor (or any other GUI based editor you prefer) from the command line in Terminal.
A lot can be achieved in the OS X Terminal. It puts you are the command line of your computer! Here are five handy ways to use the cd (change directory) command.
Here’s an easy effective way to test a split RAR archive for damaged files. Easily discover which file(s) are corrupt, and then you may be able to repair them
Step by step instructions on how to install a free command line UnRAR tool into Mac OS X. Will allow you to test and extract RAR archive files in the Terminal Command Line.