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If you're using Homebrew, you should give the write permission to specific group (either admin or staff), so the files can be shared between users who are in that group. For example: sudo chgrp -R admin /usr/local /Library/Caches/Homebrew sudo chmod -R g+w /usr/local /Library/Caches/Homebrew Then assign the users who should have access to brew command to ...


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In response to your Edit: Yes, you are suppose to lose /test in your PATH variable when you reboot. This is why you need to put an export command in your ~./profile file. Original answer: You seem confused when the ~/.bashrc, ~/.bash_profile, and ~/.profile files execute. Maybe this will help. Here is how I set up my computer. I have three files: ...


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Oh, I did manage to get this working. Thought I'd answer my own question. The key was to create a symlink for the missing libisl.10.dylib so that gcc 4.9.2 runs correctly, then recompile libtorrent, then reinstall rtorrent. Step 1: Downgrade gcc to 4.9.2. brew switch gcc 4.9.2 Step 2: Ensure the symbolic link for libisl.10.dylib exists. cd ...


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I am facing the same issue. I believe it is caused by the newly added gcc v5.1.0 package. Rolling back to gcc v4.9.2 solved the installation issue with rtorrent v0.9.4 package. You can rollback to gcc v4.9.2 two different methods based on the current state of your homebrew installation. Method A If you have not performed brew cleanup after brew upgrade ...


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Try this: brew uninstall libogg and then: brew install libogg --universal


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If you use vim before the installation, the file .vimrc should be on your $HOME directory (/Users/your-username/.vimrc). Macvim will use that file if exists.


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I just fixed this issue by uninstalling/reinstalling all versions of everything. $ APPS=$(brew list) $ brew uninstall --force $APPS $ brew install $APPS


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Be aware of what messages said. Please move or remove them before you can merge. So, let's move it. mv /usr/local/Library/Formula/curlpp.rb /usr/local/Library/Formula/curlpp.rb.old Then try again: brew upgrade


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They probably speak about /usr/local/Library/Formula/. Try this: $ cd /usr/local/Library/Formula/ $ git checkout curlpp.rb Last but not least check the general Homebrew status: $ brew doctor


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Charles Proxy can do throttling. The app functions as a proxy server on your machine. You can redirect traffic that you want to throttle to its way. The throttled app has to come with its own proxy settings.


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The feature you want is confusingly called Quality of Service or "QoS" for short. These days it is usually configured for an entire network, or subnet, using the management interface on a smart switch (which costs a little more than an Ethernet hub with the same number of ports, but not much more--here is a representative model from Cisco for under $100). ...


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Solution here. Click the box in settings for $PATH


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It is external now: brew tap homebrew/services brew services install, brew services install now work.


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It seems there are 2 memcache extensions. There is memcached and memcache the latter one does not seem to be maintained anymore last stable from 2012. It looks like your code depends on Memcache since you are using brew, you could just do: brew install php55-memcache or pecl install Install brew by issuing: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL ...


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I guess you installed node.js before. Try this, search in Terminal /usr/local/include and delete all stuffs.


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You should at least create a file called .gitconfig and possibly also one called .gitignore_global in your home directory. .gitconfig: specifies some default settings; at the very least: [user] name = your_name email = your_email_address [core] excludefile = path_to_your_home_folder/.gitignore_global .gitignore_global: files you always ...


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Bindings is a term used for the API to access a library or tool through a particular programming language. In this case, it's saying that the Graphviz package has bindings for Perl, Python, Ruby, etc. programs to be able to generate graphs. If all you want to do is use Graphviz on its own, you don't need to install the bindings.


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A .bashrc file can store and set a number of variables and commands that are executed (run) when you launch bash, which is one of many shells you can use to type commands into the Linux/Unix system. For comparison, if you prefer the shell zsh then you would create a .zshrc file.


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Another way is to force brew cask install to create the links in the root Applications directory. --appdir=/my/path changes the path where the symlinks to the applications (above) will be generated. This is commonly used to create the links in the root Applications directory instead of the home Applications directory by specifying ...


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Each item in the dock is a single folder. OS X does not have merged folder views except in Finder where there are Smart folders However you could create a smart folder in Finder of Kind is Application and drag that to the Dock


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When you run a command in bash (or any other Unix shell), the shell searches for this command in a number of directories. The list of directories is stored in the variable called PATH, paths are separated by :. The command in question extends the already defined $PATH by two additional paths: /usr/local/bin which is the usual place user-provided commands ...


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Alfred requires Spotlight to function properly. Alfred relies on the same OS X metadata index as Spotlight. As such, it's important for you to let Spotlight run on your Mac to maintain an index of the files on it. http://support.alfredapp.com/kb:spotlight This answer to a similar question provides a shell command to stop Spotlight's GUI only, which ...



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