How to Use AWS CLI to copy everything from your bucket

If you want to copy everything from a S3 bucket to the current directory, you can use the following command

C:temp> aws s3 cp s3://bucketname/ . --include "*" --recursive

This assumes that you have already installed and configured the the AWS CLI tools.
To install the tools, do a search for “AWS CLI tools”.
To configure them, use

C:> aws configure

You will need to know have setup an IAM account and need to know the Access key ID and the Secret access key for the account and the region code for your account. Note that the region you specify when running configure probably isn’t what you see it the top right corner of the AWS console. See the list of regions and their code here :

How to Change Your Computer Name on Mac OS X

How to Change Your Computer Name on Mac OS X

When you’re sharing stuff back and forth between your computers, the names of those computers actually start to matter — in my case, I upgraded to a new MacBook Air because my old one has a dead screen and is out of warranty, so I made it into a desktop with an external monitor. That’s when I got an error that my two Macs had the same name. Oops! Luckily it’s an extremely easy fix.
Just open up System Preferences, go to Sharing, and change the computer name. Done!

You can also change it from the Terminal using this command, though obviously it’s much simpler to just change it under Sharing.

sudo scutil --set HostName [NewHostNameHere]