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### Linux
[Linux](#linux)
### Mac OS X
[Mac OS X](#mac-os-x)
Make sure your Ledger is plugged in and the Monero app is running.
`.\monero-wallet-cli.exe --generate-from-device MoneroWallet --subaddress-lookahead 3:200` (Win 10)
`monero-wallet-cli.exe --generate-from-device MoneroWallet --subaddress-lookahead 3:200` (Win 7 + 8)
`.\monero-wallet-cli.exe --generate-from-device <new-wallet-name> --subaddress-lookahead 3:200` (Win 10)
`monero-wallet-cli.exe --generate-from-device <new-wallet-name> --subaddress-lookahead 3:200` (Win 7 + 8)
`./monero-wallet-cli --generate-from-device MoneroWallet --subaddress-lookahead 3:200`
`./monero-wallet-cli --generate-from-device <new-wallet-name> --subaddress-lookahead 3:200`
- `monero-wallet-cli` will start refreshing. Wait until it has fully refreshed.
Note that aforementioned text will be appended to the path of `monero-wallet-cli`. Thus, before you hit enter, your terminal should look like:
Note that is simply a placeholder for the actual wallet name. If you, for instance, want to name your wallet `MoneroWallet`, the command would be as follows:
- Note that the instructions for system configuration (section 3.2.2) on Mac OS X are quite elaborate and can be perceived as slightly convoluted. Fortunately, tficharmers has created a guide [here](https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/8438/how-do-i-make-my-macos-detect-my-ledger-nano-s-when-plugged-in) that you can use for assistance.
Now that we're sufficiently prepared, let's start!
- Now type:
- Open a new command prompt / powershell. This is done by first making sure your cursor isn't located on any of the files and subsequently doing SHIFT + right click. It will give you an option to "Open command window here". If you're using Windows 10 in latest version, it'll give you an option to "open the PowerShell window here".
- Open a new terminal
- Open a new terminal (if don't know how to open a terminal, see [here](https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/256263)).