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Try this: sudo chown -R [YOUR_USER] /usr/local/share/man/
You are right: launchd performs tilde-expansion only for ProgramArguments. But you are free to let a shell do the job: <key>ProgramArguments</key> <array> <string>/bin/sh</string> <string>-c</string> <string>export HOME=~; /usr/local/bin/salt-minion</string> </array> Note that the ~ ...
I don't know about Mavericks, but in Lion I have write access to NTFS file systems using FUSE for OS X, a free & open-source alternative to commercial solutions by Tuxera or Paragon. Notice this is NOT the old MacFUSE project; which is no longer being maintained.
This is so easy and you don't need to install any 3rd party application or driver. No reboot required. Find out the name of your "Volume" Open Terminal Create or Update your /etc/fstab file. Replace "My040Passport" with the name of your "Volume". you can do this by typing sudo vi /etc/fstab into Terminal. You will be prompted for your password. # # ...
Bodega can install, check for updates, and uninstall. It also has ability to search for new applications based on your search terms and/or category. It's pretty good, but it is not all-inclusive. Macupdate Desktop is shareware that is similar to Bodega, but has no feature to uninstall applications as far as I know.
Just install the latest version of the old MacFuse for OS X. What I did was to reinstall my NTFS-3G and download and install Fuse for OS X.
I decided to install Wine from here and everything is now working when using this version of Wine. A little easier than setting it up myself.
that note just refers to the 4 libraries gmp, mpfr, libmpc, ppl and I think means that if you use these they need to be before the standard search path. Your issue is where is the compiler looking for standard library headers (and later libraries). gcc defaults to /usr/include which is installed for Apple's compilers and that gets redirected by version to ...
I'll take a stab at #1. It looks like the sandbox prevents the application from producing new threads. From what I found online, the sandbox functionality was only recently introduced in OpenSSH 5.8 so if someone finds a bug in OpenSSH that is limited only by the sandbox, they could exploit this attack vector. The question is, do you have a team of ...
BOOM! I found the proper way to do this: brew update brew upgrade fuse4x brew upgrade ntfs-3g sudo mv /sbin/mount_ntfs /sbin/mount_ntfs.orig sudo ln -s /usr/local/Cellar/ntfs-3g/2013.1.13/sbin/mount_ntfs /sbin/mount_ntfs brew info fuse4x-kext You should now be given two lines of instructions specific for your version for installing your kext. Cut and ...
If you want to do something a little easier to revert later, you can always make an alias in your bashrc file. alias gcc gcc-4.7 This will automatically convert everything for you from the command line. The downside is that it only works when your bashrc is used and only for your user (which could also be a positive).
If you installed Homebrew with standard install directories, i.e. relatives to /opt/homebrew, there are 2 commands to register the binaries and man files to be used: /usr/bin/sudo -s echo /opt/homebrew/bin >/etc/paths.d/homebrew echo /opt/homebrew/share/man >/etc/manpaths.d/homebrew exit If you are using bash or zsh as your actual shell, you will ...
try this : sudo mysqld_safe &
First, you don't want to remove the any of the command line tools that apple provides unless you want an unstable / unusable system. However in traditional Unix/Linux fashion you can set up your path statement to check /usr/local/bin first, thus utilities installed there (default for homebrew) will be used before /usr/bin (or /bin). The remaining issue is in ...
Add the following to your path to replace the OS X tools with Homebrew Coreutils: $(brew --prefix coreutils)/libexec/gnubin Per zsh syntax… path=($(brew --prefix coreutils)/libexec/gnubin $path)
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