Geektool : Display system information on your MacOS X desktop

If you would like to display system information on your desktop of your Mac OS X, Geektool is the right utility you need. First download and install geektool : https://www.tynsoe.org/v2/geektool/
Open geektool app.

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Drag and drop Shell on your desktop, and click on command button

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Paste this code bellow to display your local ip and public ip. But you will need to replace 192.168.101 by your network ip address.

echo ''
echo 'Local IP : ' `ifconfig | grep inet | grep 192.168.101 | cut -d' ' -f2`
echo 'Public IP : ' `curl ipecho.net/plain ; echo`

Result :

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