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This question is only relevant to OSX versions before Yosemite. If you have Yosemite or a newer version of OSX, it is not possible to build the OSXFUSE formula from the source. Brew suggests that you install the binary offered by Homebrew Cask: brew install Caskroom/cask/osxfuse


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Figured it out. brew install libffi locate libffi.pc (in this case i also had to run the command to build the locate database, for which the code was included in the prompt from locate) returned /usr/local/Cellar/libffi/3.0.13/lib/pkgconfig/libffi.pc Then within the virtualenv ran export ...


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Theres is a useful GUI on the MongoDB website, if you don't want to manually modify files. http://blog.mongodb.org/post/28925264384/macosx-preferences-pane-for-mongodb The MacOSX preferences pane for MongoDB aims to provide a simple and efficient user interface to control the status of a local MongoDB server, just like the MySQL Preferences Pane.


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This command was deprecated. There's a new official version alternative here now though: https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-brewdler


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sudo chmod -R 777 /usr/local/mysql/ worked for me as file permission was not there


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Did you try brew tab homebrew-science and then brew install hypre?


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Keeping it simple. Removing brew like so : brew remove sox Then installing it again with specific options, like so, did the trick for me: brew install sox --with-lame --with-flac --with-libvorbis You may want to remove the --with-lame option if you won't be using MP3s, or the --with-libvorbis if you won't be using OGG. I hope this helps someone.


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You can leave your existing installations in place for the time being. Homebrew will error if it has to overwrite an existing file in the process of installing a package.


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It is assumed the making alias or linking to different gcc binaries will make them use their own include before the default system include folder.


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Your question is tagged homebrew, but for those readers using MacPorts: Run sudo port install gsed to get GNU sed (available with the gsed command, similarly to gfind in the findutils port).


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You need to install gnu-sed, not just the coreutils: brew install gnu-sed Then, you have to add the following lines on your .bash_profile: export PATH="/usr/local/opt/gnu-sed/libexec/gnubin:$PATH" export MANPATH="/usr/local/opt/gnu-sed/libexec/gnuman:$MANPATH" Then your sed version should be the latest: $ sed --version sed (GNU sed) 4.2.2 Copyright ...


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Install fink . You will also need XCode if you haven't got it already. Then install the latest sed (and lots of other useful things) like this: fink install sed


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You might have to wait for whatever volunteer updates Homebrew recipes to adopt 2.8 or perhaps pitch in and submit an update to the repository to bump the development version to 2.8. There aren't any other competing packaging services that are as active as homebrew so watching there might be your best bet if you don't care to DIY. If you have brew show the ...



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