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To install GCC 4.7 from Homebrew: $ brew tap homebrew/homebrew-versions $ brew install gcc47 which will install it as gcc-47. If you want to install as gcc instead: $ ln -s /usr/local/bin/gcc-47 /usr/local/bin/gcc


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I put together a Homebrew tap for Rhyme. Please see: https://github.com/shaunplee/homebrew-rhyme


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Homebrew cask installs pdfinfo in /opt/homebrew-cask/Caskroom/pdfinfo/latest/PDFInfo.app And then creates a symbolic link to this locations in: ~/Applications You can run installed pdfinfo with: open -a pdfinfo or open -a /opt/homebrew-cask/Caskroom/pdfinfo/latest/PDFInfo.app or open -a ~/Applications/PDFInfo.app Simply you can open app with ...


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Not an answer, but too long for a comment, this is the code I use as a regime for keeping my brew up to date: fullBrewUpdate(){ brew update brew cask update casks=( $(brew cask list) ) for cask in ${casks[@]} do # in the first line there is version ...


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To answer this question, you need to link up ffmpeg, but I'd run some housecleaning too. First remove ffmpeg from your system: $ brew uninstall ffmpeg Now update all your brew packages and references. $ brew update $ brew upgrade --all $ brew cleanup Now install ffmpeg on your system, and link it up: $ brew install ffmpeg --force $ brew link ffmpeg ...


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if you have already installed gcc... sudo chown -R (username):admin /usr/local/lib/gcc/ and brew install octave after this, you make cross fingers...


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Add the following line to your .bash_profile: export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH To be sure that will work, restart the terminal and then: echo $PATH This will output your PATH variable. The order of directories in PATH variable matters. So, in order to work as you mention, the result should start with /usr/local/bin:


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It worked for me. sudo chgrp -R admin /usr/local sudo chmod -R g+w /usr/local


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It worked for me. sudo chgrp -R admin /usr/local sudo chmod -R g+w /usr/local


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I know this question is super old, but if you use MariaDB instead it will be built with readline support. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL. brew update && brew install mariadb


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The command you want is cleanup -- running brew cleanup will remove packages that are on disk, but no longer installed. > brew help cleanup brew cleanup [--prune=days] [--dry-run] [-s] [formulae]: For all installed or specific formulae, remove any older versions from the cellar. In addition, old downloads from the Homebrew download-cache are ...


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From your ls output: drwxr-xr-x 5 root wheel uchg 170 Aug 20 2015 local That uchg flag means the file or directory cannot be changed. You can remove it with this command: sudo chflags -R nouchg /usr/local For more information about file flags, see the man page for chflags: http://ss64.com/osx/chflags.html


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I have done this sort of thing in two ways - however both do not coexist with homebrew although I suspect there should be a way similar to the macports one. The first is using Macports as the package manager. There are separate ports for several python versions 2.x and 3.x currently 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 and 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 3.4 and 3.5. For example to install ...


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A Homebrew-free command-line alternative is the command line tool from Unarchiver called 'unar'. The command is simply unar filename.pdf http://unarchiver.c3.cx/commandline (The original GUI-based Unarchiver does this as well.)


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Have a look at homebrew-command-not-found. The project tries to reproduce Ubuntu’s command-not-found for Homebrew users on OS X.


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You can install via Homebrew with the following command: brew install poppler


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I find the best way to install Node.js is to use nvm, which allows you to install and manage multiple versions of Node. I use Homebrew for pretty much everything else, but Node is easier to use through nvm, since it doesn't use global folders - everything is in your home directory, and you can easily switch between Node versions. To install (check the ...


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I wound up moving the postgres launchd plist to /Library/LaunchDaemons and adding a UserName key/value pair (postgres won't run as root).



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