I am a new Ubuntu Linux user. I am writing a shell script and using the curl command to grab URL output using curl https://example.com/data/api/$key/hash.html. However, the curl command is outputting complete progress information that my script does not need it. How can I get curl command not to show the progress bar output? How can I hide curl command output? Is there is a simple way for silencing curl’s progress output on an Ubuntu Linux desktop?
I like htop on my Ubuntu server. The man page says it is a free (GPL) ncurses-based process viewer for Linux. Can I install htop on macOS Unix desktop? How do I install htop on macOS sierra based MacBook pro?
If I want to copy a single file into three locations (directories), by using a single cp command (e.g. cp file /dir1/ /dir2/ /dir3/. Would that be possible? If yes, please provide the command for GNU/Linux or Unix operating systems.
I recently learned that “wget” can continue getting a partially-downloaded (resume download) file. I am unable to find wget command on Mac OS X. How do I install install wget on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion/ Mavericks / Snow Leopard)? How can I install wget in Mac OS X without 3rd-party repo such as Homebrew or MacPorts?