find ~ -type f -name '.DS_Store' -delete
Normally GNU make shows each line of the recipe that's executed on
stdout. Putting an
@ in front of a command prevents this; see
I use ⌃L to clear the terminal. This has the same effect as pressing enter n times with n the number of lines in the terminal. So scrolling back is possible. If I want to prevent scroll back or don't care I use ⌘K (Clear to Start).