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The problem here is just simply that brew is detecting an old version of Xcode. If it was objecting to the version of the command line tools that you have installed you'd be getting a different error message. A newer Command Line Tools release is available. Update them from Software Update in the App Store. You can see the actual code here yourself. The ...
MBP early 2011 model w/ SSD, Mavericks OS. Allowing shutdown due to out of battery power, I had this twice, with different fixes: SSD was trashed, un-recoverable. Replaced SSD, restored my backup. Back to normal. I fixed it myself; re: iFixit.com repair manifesto Booting from backup would not complete startup (or appeared not to). Cause: Bad video card. ...
UnArchiver did the trick. Install UnArchiver, open UnArchiver; while it is open - double click on that pesky MAMP_MAMP_3.5.pkg Follow the steps to install MAMP.
Update: Current stable version (.67) of putty can't be build with gtk+2 support on OS X using homebrew. This is a know issue #40951. It seems you can install from HEAD version (brew install --HEAD --with-gtk+3 putty) and for me that is also broken. brew install putty by default installs from a pre-built bottle. The pre-built bottle for putty doesn't include ...
Moving the Visual Studio Code.app into the ~/Applications folder instead of /Applications worked for me.
By manually copying to a fonts folder used to be the only way to install fonts before Font Book was introduced. (barring 3rd party sw)
You can simply copy them into /Library/Fonts (for system wide use) or ~/Library/Fonts (for use by current user).
You just need to go to "upgrade" instead of "install" in the main installation window. Of course is highly recommended to backup your data before, if the upgrade fails, you will have to format and install (happened to me). Also you can clone or backup with Time Machine, do a "fresh install" (formatting the HDD) and use the Migration Assistant to recover ...
Always have a backup first. If you proceed, just know data loss is real (but not expected result). You can select the OSX installer from your desktop/Finder and install in place (be sure the USB is plugged in). Installing the OS this way will not overwrite your data.
Ran into this with some other software, but wanted to pass on a tip I picked up. In finder, launch /System/Library/CoreServices/Installer.app. It will prompt you to locate a .pkg file to install. Navigate to the .dmg volume you've mounted, and select the xxxxxMDKxxxxx.pkg file. Installation should proceed normally from there.
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