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This is for my software library, as I'm about to create an IBM BPM 8.5.5 environment, utilising the Stray Node Topology Pattern, to provide resilience across two data centres, without breaking the laws of WAS.
Whilst I can bring up a remote desktop, using Finder and Screen Sharing, I like having the option to only use the command-line, and avoid the dreaded GUI.
I had logged into IBM Fix Central, in order to download IIM, on my host Mac, and had grabbed the URL for the IIM code: -
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite comes with the command line utility called 'curl' which is a network transfer tool, it does not come with the popular 'wget', in fact 'curl' can probably get you by just fine, check man curl at the command line to see its usage.
and then provides an example of how to use curl: -