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Upgrading Xcode to 6.1 with the link provided by pczora in fact resolved this problem for me: https://developer.apple.com/downloads/download.action?path=Developer_Tools/xcode_6.1/xcode_6.1.dmg


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While I don't know what exactly happened, turns out if you won't launch this from tmux -- you'll be just fine. // thanks https://github.com/atom/atom/issues/3093


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You can install R with hombrew so you avoid conflict. brew tap homebrew/science brew install gfortran r


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I knew I was being dumb: in the Finder dialog that pops up, press Shift+⌘+G and enter /usr. From there I can browse to the binary. Turns out this is a completely ordinary Finder shortcut for "Go to folder".


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Fink and MacPorts are direct competitors in that they install an orthogonal system. Fink lost considerable ground to MacPorts several years ago. I'm not completely sure why now, but MacPorts handed almost everything better. We've less reason for an orthogonal installation now that Mac OS X has grown less crazy pants. Brew was created to integrates ...


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Short term answer, try this command to see if your brew installation worked: /usr/local/bin/brew doctor It seems that your bash environment may not be looking in the /usr/local/bin for executibles (which means you have to write the full path rather than just the name of the command). The solution may be just resourcing your conf files, which can be ...


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services was a "hidden" command in Homebrew. There were a bunch of them that weren't present in the brew help output. It has, as undocumented commands are wont to do, gone away in the official repository and has become an "external command" maintained in another add-on repository (in this case a gist as it is so simple). You can install it in your Homebrew ...


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Reset the permissions of /usr/local and Homebrew's caches to the current user: sudo chown -R $USER:admin /usr/local /Library/Caches/Homebrew


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you could use ditto which is a more advanced cp and was created by Apple.


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Using Homebrew (as requested): $ brew tap homebrew/dupes $ brew install unzip This will install unzip at (considering defaults) /usr/local/Cellar/unzip/6.0/bin/unzip You can then alias it as unzip6 somewhere in your path. Also, you may want to to try "The Unarchiver" from the app store. Much more useful IMO then Apple's Archive Utility.


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"Command not found" indicates that the brew binary isn't on one of the directories listed in your PATH environment variable. To check what your path is currently, run echo $PATH. By default, brew installs to /usr/local/bin. To set the path permanently, you should edit your ~/.bashrc file to contain the line export PATH="/usr/local/bin:$PATH".


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Not for brew, but from the documentation, you can run youtube-dl -U to update.


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You can use brew upgrade to update all packages, or brew upgrade youtube-dl to update only youtube-dl.


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I got the same warnings from brew doctor. To get rid of R that I had installed via the cran package, I basically followed the same steps as Olivier, thus removing app and framework as described in the R Installation and Administration manual: rm -rf /Library/Frameworks/R.framework /Applications/R.app /usr/bin/R /usr/bin/Rscript Then I carefully removed ...


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According to my question on this topic in the issues section of the homebrew repository, brew bundle has been deprecated. https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/issues/32952



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