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This should be solved changing the perms on that directory in the following way: $ cd /usr/local $ sudo chown -R <your-username>:<your-group-name> * If you don't know your group, just type id -g.


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unbuffer is part of the expect package: brew install homebrew/dupes/expect You may need to: brew tap homebrew/dupes/expect Before you can install it.


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initramfs is something that is very specific to the Linux boot process (it's designed to make the kernel module loading process as flexible as possible) - you won't find an equivalent for OS X. BusyBox, however, is available for Mac OS - see this Github repository for example. That said, I'm not sure what problem you're trying to solve as Busybox is simply ...


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I think what you are looking for is available as... brew install gnu-time Which you can then call as... gtime ...


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Manually Start PostgreSQL: pg_ctl -D /usr/local/var/postgres -l /usr/local/var/postgres/server.log start Manually Stop PostgreSQL: pg_ctl -D /usr/local/var/postgres stop -s -m fast This stackoverflow discussion really goes into some great detail, with many more options. I used it to create an alias to just run: postgresql.server stop ...


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From Homebrew issue #40735, what would the command "brew man cask" do? (which can be found by simply googling "brew man") brew man generates the Homebrew manpage from markdown, using these gems to do the translation.


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MacVim maintainer here. It's an old question, but it deserves another answer for completeness: the new MacVim repo is located at github.com/macvim-dev/macvim, you can check the releases page there to download the most recent snapshot (old ones too). They're always compiled against the last version of OS X (I mean, I don't recompile the old snapshots to ...


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You have to alter your path adding coreutils dir before /usr/bin. You can do something like this: export PATH=/usr/local/opt/coreutils/libexec/gnubin:$PATH And should looks like the following after the changes: /usr/local/opt/coreutils/libexec/gnubin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin: /opt/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin: ...


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cut is part of CoreUtils. To install it : brew install coreutils


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It should be installed and linked from the gcc formula: ~ ยป readlink `which gfortran` ../Cellar/gcc/5.1.0/bin/gfortran


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Yes! The latest version of homebrew stores the artifacts used to install the packages in /Library/Caches/Homebrew: > ls /Library/Caches/Homebrew Casks gnutls-3.3.15.yosemite.bottle.tar.gz libusb-1.0.19.yosemite.bottle.1.tar.gz ppl011-0.11_1.yosemite.bottle.tar.gz Formula ...


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GNU grep is not part of coreutils. To install, run brew tap homebrew/dupes; brew install grep As with coreutils, this doesn't automatically replace the existing grep ==> Caveats The command has been installed with the prefix "g". If you do not want the prefix, install using the "with-default-names" option.


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As you say it is a mess and there is no easy way to undo this as it is difficult to tell which ones were installed from which source. The ones which should be in /usr/include come from OS X directly or Xcode and its command line tools. So in theory you can identify which are Homebrew and which are not. If you could then remove the /usr/local/include link ...


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You can do it without homebrew. You can uninstall and then install the node manually. You have to download your current running version. Here is the list. Download the node-v{your-current-version-number}.tar.gz, extract it and then go to command line. cd node-v{your-current-version-number} ./configure make sudo make install To uninstall it sudo make ...


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There is pandoc --help as well as the online documentation/user guide. I have pandoc installed via Homebrew and I also have no man pages. erik@Eriks-MBP:~$ man pandoc No manual entry for pandoc


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Pandoc 1.15.0.4 was just released, will install the MAN pages during the cabal install process. However, you need to make sure your MANPATH environment variable includes the cabal MAN page directory. (On OSX, this is generally $HOME/Library/Haskell/share/man.) Add to your ~/.bashrc: MANPATH=$HOME/Library/Haskell/share/man:$MANPATH



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