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My favourite way to install and run MySQL is via the Homebrew package manager. With Homebrew installed it's as straightforward as: brew install mysql This gets you the server and the command line connection tool. It's setup to run with no password, so it's not suitable for production use, but it's perfect for developing with. Homebrew takes care of ...


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As of right now there is no gexiv2 brew formula but I've created and submitted one which will hopefully get accepted soon. You can follow here: https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/pull/37944 Beyond that there are various dependencies of shotwell that aren't easily available through brew, for example rest and gudev which don't appear to exist anywhere for ...


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The relevant error message is here in your posted output: (kernel) Can't unload kext org.virtualbox.kext.VBoxUSB; classes have instances: (kernel) Kext org.virtualbox.kext.VBoxUSB class org_virtualbox_VBoxUSB has 1 instance. Failed to unload org.virtualbox.kext.VBoxUSB - (libkern/kext) kext is in use or retained (cannot unload). Your system already ...


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The mysql installer works just fine, I've used it many times. However, it will never appear in Applications as it is not a GUI application. And it won't appear in your terminal path unless you put it there. Mysql lives in /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql. If you also install the Mysql preference pane you can start and stop mysqld via System Preferences. There ...


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No, no personal information is stored unless you enter any. If you're performing a clean installation of OS X then simply set it up with a temporary administrator account, no need to sign into iCloud or register etc.


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Follow the apple instructions here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201065 Download OS X on to bootable USB and reinstall it from there. This way you do not have to use your Apple ID.


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I asked myself the same question and searched the file system for Nix-related files. That's what I found: # as user, remove: rm -r ~/.nix-channels ~/.nix-defexpr ~/.nix-profile # as root (sudo), remove: sudo rm -r /nix # edit the file ~/.profile and remove the line containing "added by Nix installer" Not sure if I missed some files or directories. Also, I ...


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You can drag your new Firefox Application directly to the Applications folder. The folder shown on that blue window is for convenience, a 'shortcut' to your own apps folder. Either way, you need to drag the actual Firefox app [Application, though the .app is hidden by the system, like on Windows], not its container the .dmg file. A .dmg is a convenient ...


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Yes, you can install it in /Applications.


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After downloading the Xcode.dmg, double-click the image to mount it (if it's not already mounted automatically). You will find a pkg file inside. .pkg is the file extension for software packages in OS X (and iOS). If you double-click the package the related app "Installer" will open it and you may install it. Later Xcode images (e.g. Xcode 4.6.3 - also for ...



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