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I was just going to comment on the accepted answer (but don't have the reputation for that yet.) As a user of Caskroom.io, I would also recommend adding: sudo chown -R admin /opt/homebrew-cask sudo chmod -R g+w /opt/homebrew-cask since cask, an extremely useful extension to homebrew, puts all its files in /opt/homebrew-cask


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I tried a few of the suggestions given on this page, and the only thing that worked for me is a minor variation to jherran's answer: $ brew search inkscape homebrew/x11/inkscape $ brew tap homebrew/x11 <- Removed /inkskape $ brew install inkscape At that point, I got the response Installing inkscape from homebrew/homebrew-x11 and the installation ...


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Have you tried running brew update and brew updgrade before brew install homebrew/science/gmt Usually many problems with formulas may be solved by simply updating & upgrading homebrew and its formulas!


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FWIW, I had to actually use export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/Cellar/libffi/3.0.13/lib/pkgconfig/ to get this to work. Same command, but just the directory instead of the libffi.pc file itself.


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Not sure if it will suit your needs, but check out iconv which is coming with osx. Try iconv --list to list the supported encodings.


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I created Homebrew-command-not-found just for that. It works exactly as you would expect, and supports 4800+ Homebrew formulae. We currently support Bash and Zsh, and there’s an open pull-request for Fish support. However it’s currently limited to correct spellings, e.g.: $ ghc The program 'ghc' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: ...


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I recommend adding the following line to your ~/.zshrc or ~/.bash_profile. export HOMEBREW_CASK_OPTS="--appdir=/Applications"



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