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According to this information, I should be able to attach to geth with the following command on my OSX machine:

geth attach ipc://somePath/geth.ipc

in consideration of what to do about that "somePath", I attempted to follow the advice here, and use:

~/Library/Ethereum/

However, when I run the command:

 geth attach ipc:~/Library/Ethereum/geth.ipc

I get the following error message:

Fatal: Unable to attach to remote geth: dial unix ~/Library/Ethereum/geth.ipc: connect: no such file or directory

Also tried

geth attach --ipcdisable 

which resulted in this:

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Ultimately what I'd like to do is connect to the geth console without it spewing out a bunch of text so that I can examine the account balance of my address for my testnet mining, like I was asking about here.

Any ideas about what's wrong with my geth.ipc or how I can check that address would be greatly appreciated.

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or you can do it like this:

geth attach ipc:/Users/s.matthew.english/Library/Ethereum/testnet/geth.ipc 

the geth.ipc file location is displayed like this:

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got it :D

need to start with geth --verbosity 0 console --port "35555", as I've done here:

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seems to be something particular to OSX

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