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After a search, the open-source munki tool has the script I need. https://github.com/munki/createOSXinstallPkg This works perfectly for my needs. Also, you could do far worse than AutoDMG which does a similar task for restore based workflows. https://github.com/MagerValp/AutoDMG
Being a 1 Mac household and an IT professional who has only supported PCs, I had a challenging time trying to figure out how to reload OSX after my husband's Mac hard drive died. Hopefully I diagnosed a bad hard drive correctly (I'll provide my method) and I hope this helps someone out there. This is probably overkill on instructions, but there are PC people ...
Package managers like home-brew and macports will provide Haskell There are separate Haskell releases There are various ones in the App Store (found by google so I may have missed some) Haskell for Mac in the App Store - for £15 -includes and IDE Haskell Platform - Open Source also available for Windows and Linux - there is an old version in macports
From this documentation... http://s.sudre.free.fr/Software/documentation/Packages/en/Package_Settings_Customization.html#6 ...it states that Apple PackageManager files (.PKG) files have an option to run with Administrator privileges. It specifically states: If you install anything in /Applications or /Library, this option should be enabled. Also, ...
Here is a workaround for this issue: Restart the system, as the installer had to be force quit, and could not be relaunched easily. Mount the ProductionPremium_CS6_LS7.dmg disk image. (Or I assume any of the other CS6 products) In Finder navigate to CS6 ProdPrm, then Adobe CS6 Production Premium, then payloads, then AdobeHelp, and execute Adobe Air ...
You are missing the header files. If you have brew installed you can: brew install openssl libyaml libffi
The above answer almost worked fully for me. Basically I think the biggest problem is the Adobe Air. The one included with the CS6 installer just wouldn't install. I downloaded the most recent version of Adobe Air from Adobe.com and installed that and then followed step 4 of the instruction above: Once the previous step is complete navigate to CS6 ProdPrm, ...
RVM: From the rvm.io homepage, I used: \curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable . This worked fine for me, not admin permissions needed.
The automating of server.app components is quite trivial since you can use serveradmin to do the heavy lifting. sudo serveradmin start web; Asking a service to start if it's already running is harmless/idempotent. To fork between the Apache configured by the Server.app and the "normal state" do the following: if serverinfo -q --software; then cp ...
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