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Boot to recovery Open Terminal type csrutil disable Then restart. dtrace and gdb should work. https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Security/Conceptual/System_Integrity_Protection_Guide/ConfiguringSystemIntegrityProtection/ConfiguringSystemIntegrityProtection.html You could also run a script to determine which parts of SIP are enabled if ...


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Homebrew is still improving their support for depending on old versions of a library, with some planned improvements in this issue. In the meantime, you can use the homebrew/versions tap, which has formulae for boost 1.55 and boost 1.59. To depend on these versioned formulae, you could use the following: depends_on "homebrew/versions/boost155" or ...


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Yes, homebrew adds some files and folders to /usr/local. You can see the full list in the root of the github repository https://github.com/homebrew/brew: .github Library bin etc/bash_completion.d share .gitignore .travis.yml .yardopts CODEOFCONDUCT.md LICENSE.txt README.md


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The problem I reproduced on many versions of MacOS X (Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan) which are using a much too old version of rsync (2.6.9) and with more recent versions built with Macports (3.x) is solved with version 3.1.2. Standard MacOS X rsync 2.6.9 → failure ••On_my_Mac••% /usr/bin/rsync -avE example example2 building file list ... ...


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Here's a little bash function that returns the flags irrespective of if package was built from source or not. function brew_options() { [ "$#" -ne 1 ] && >&2 echo -e "$FUNCNAME requires only 1 option, the package name" && return 1 local item=$1 local opts ## Check if package installed [ -n "$(brew ls --versions $...


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Problem solved. It wasn't obvious to me but itwas about global configuration. I played a bit with the command git config --global which set a hidden git config file in my home folder. There was the information regarding another remote I set back then. This remote pointed to a repository which I deleted so git clone tried to fetch information from that ...


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Please try ssh -T git@bitbucket.org to check connection to Bitbucket. https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/troubleshoot-ssh-issues-271943403.html#TroubleshootSSHIssues-ssh-Tconnectiontest(GitBash/MacOSX/Linux)


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You probably will want to examine your $PATH variable. The gcc from homebrew should reside in /usr/local/bin and that should be before the Xcode version of gcc/clang. If you change the PATH variable - be sure to log out of the shell or rehash the shell as appropriate.


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There are a lot of answers here and other places that say to use homebrew-versions, but that gives you very limited options for which version of Node you can install. It's much easier to use NVM and it allows you to switch between versions very easily. homebrew install nvm Then follow the instructions in the caveats -- mkdir ~/.nvm and add two lines to ...


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Yes. That's how homebrew does. You can usually trust brew doctor to tell if things are correct - it is pretty good about flagging anything amiss in /usr/local. But to confirm your main question, the normal for homebrew it that it's noted for being "chatty" in that directory with many files and folders.


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You are confusing the basic bash completion with the add on required for completing git commands. The git that is installed by Apple lacks the required git-completion.bash file so you need to install the full git. You can do this easily with homebrew -brew install git will do the job. Once you've done that then uncomment your top three lines :- if [ -f $(...


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I figured it out myself, so I'm posting the answer in case anyone else has this problem. The answer was that gromacs has changed since the version I used most recently, and the commands I was used to no longer exist. For example, the g_energy command now runs as gmx energy. If you are also having this problem, gmx help commands should give you a list of ...


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You can also add a symlink from usr/local/sbin into usr/local/bin like so: cd /usr/local/bin ln -s ../sbin/openvpn .


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Looks like homebrew installed svn in /usr/local/Cellar/subversion/1.9.4 So I added it in $PATH export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/Cellar/subversion/1.9.4/bin/ Added it in ~/.bash_profile. Then execute - source ~/.bash_profile and all seems good again


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Here are the SVN binary packages: https://subversion.apache.org/packages.html I had previously faced a similar issue and this solved the issue for me. Also, when I tried using brew I had an issue, so I used MacPorts.


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I got it working by creating an empty tar file and linking to that. But I'm curious if there are better ways. $ tar cvf empty.tar --files-from /dev/null


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I found the answer provided by user vitorgalvao on the project's Github page: https://github.com/caskroom/homebrew-cask/issues/22317 Spotlight doesn’t index /usr/local/, that why we started using /opt in the first place. Reinstall your apps with --force and they’ll be moved (our new behaviour). Spotlight will see them then.



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