sudo lsof -n | grep FrostWire | grep "/dev/null" on a Mac to see where the
stdout is going to, you will see that FrostWire’s console output is going to
/dev/null, and redirecting a process output in OSX isn’t something at least we could find was easy to do as in Linux, where several developers have created utilities for this purpose.
Luckily, if you run the Mac
FrostWire executable manually on your terminal, you will be able to see the
stdout output being redirected to your terminal window (e.g.
So simply do the following if you’d like to read the
cd /Applications/FrostWire.app/Contents/MacOS (or wherever else you may have dropped the FrostWire.app)
Listo! you should now be reading FrostWire’s