How to Watch Star Wars in Terminal





Introduction: How to Watch Star Wars in Terminal

Hello! My first instructable!!!
Windows and Linux versions coming soon.
This does not work in Windows 7 I am not sure about Vista
BTW This will not damage your computer

Step 1: Open Terminal

Go to spotlight and type: Terminal
Then click to open

Step 2: Set the Theme to "Homebrew"

Step 3: Type the Command

Type: telnet
Hit enter

Step 4: There You Go! Star Wars

Easy as pie! Star Wars! There are no play, pause, etc. controls



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    1 Questions

    mine says command not found


    Mac-os high sierra disabled telnet support, you can use the command, "nc" without quotes and it should work


    My mac says" Trying" Is that normal?

    "Connection closed by foreign host" is all my mac says when I type in this command. Anyone here who could help me?

    Works in Ubuntu linux as well because MAC is just a glorified version of Linux

    1 reply

    Actually, Mac uses the Darwin kernel, base on BSD

    This is cool!

    Any way to kill it other than shutting down the Terminal?

    You can do it on Windows too, the process is quite similar, just open cmd and type pkgmgr /iu"TelnetClient" (hit enter) and then restart cmd. Next type Telnet (hit enter) O (hit enter) and finally type and press enter, and you're done!


    ya thats great but you don't have the classic matrix green font

    True true.
    Ah, those days of green screens, saving to audio cassettes and loading times measured in hours!

    I think It's funny to see star wars on a mac : )

    what's so funny?