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Question: If I run this command as specified, I get: sudo: command not found

If I run this command as specified, I get: sudo: command not found

MacBook Pro with Retina display, iOS 10.3.2

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I dug a little more and found this. It can be set in preferences.


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Dec 13, 2017 6:24 AM in response to John Galt In response to John Galt

Yes and no.

After you upgrade to macOS High Sierra, tethered caching is now available in the Content Caching setting of the Sharing pane in System Preferences.

The tethered-caching command is gone. I should have read the page more carefully. 😊

Dec 13, 2017 6:24 AM

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Question: If I run this command as specified, I get: sudo: command not found