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libgcc-devel (the pre-release version of libgcc, installed e.g. when installing gcc6) conflicts with and supersedes (at least in my case) the normal libgcc. Ports depending on the latter will instead use the former, so any dependency on libgcc become one on libgcc-devel. For this reason, libgcc-devel was required to build caffe on my system. See the ticket: ...


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You need to partition the drive. In the Snow Leopard installer, go to the Utilities menu, and start Disk Utility. From there, you can partition your new drive, and then you can install the OS onto it.


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I got it sorted, it was probably my fault not understanding the options properly. The actual install can only be started by that last option that says eider: remove windows 7 or later version OR install windows 7 or later version So if you already have a Windows partition created you will see remove windows 7 or later version, you need to remove it and ...


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Running port info libgcc-devel declares it to be just what one would expect: a pre-release libgcc beta which, likewise just as one would expect, conflicts with the current release version of libgcc. I cannot help but believe the -devel installation you experienced was unintended. This is why: While it's already improbable enough that the Caffe devs would ...


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Close the "Disk Utility.app" and the "Finder" before execute the command. It works for me! :)


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You can download recent OS X versions here as well if you don't have an apple account.


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You are not looking deep enough into the bowels of developer.apple.com. If you go to http://developer.apple.com/downloads you will find all downloads that Apple has available. Simply limit your search to the "OS X" category and you'll see downloads for all versions of OS X going all the way back to OX 10.3.


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If you need it for an older Mac, download it on that one. No Mac OS will install on any machine newer than the OS, as the drivers for the hardware simply didn't exist at the time. If you fake it by installing on an older machine then swapping drives, it will just fail to start up.


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its important to know that you have to close the finder windows and the disk utility or any program that might be using the ElCapInstaller flash drive, because if they are being used you, this is what happens: Copying installer files to disk... Copy complete. Making disk bootable... Mount of outer dmg failed. Done. and you want this to happen Copy ...


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No need to uninstall the current version. Just download the Java 8 update 51 (JDK)from Oracle site and install manually. After installation, no need to reboot the machine. Check version in Terminal or Java panel. It will show the updated version.


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When an automated update process fails without an explicit reason then one method of dealing with it is to manually uninstalled the present installed version and then install the current full version downloaded manually from the source website. Looking at How do I uninstall Java on my Mac?, which applies to versions 7.0, 8.0 on OS X for the JRE, one needs ...


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I'm reloading the OS on a MacBookPro3,1, and was having the same issue. I inserted a cable into the FireWire 400 port and wiggled the cable (gently) and the problem went away, so it seems like it was just some junk built up on the connector...


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If an app is digitally signed, then the owner will be assigned to the System. As this is a requirement for apps distributed through the Mac App Store, then the apps that you see from there will likely be owned by the system and not you. With apps that you download directly from a vendor, then they may or may not digitally sign their apps, in which case upon ...


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On my system (10.10.2), the corrupted Drive file was in $HOME/Library/Application Support/Google/ -- deleting that solved the problem. Or for you command line wizards: $ rm -rf '~/Library/Application Support/Google/Drive'


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Wish I could claim credit for this one, but I found it buried in https://github.com/chcokr/osx-init/blob/master/install.sh This worked on my 10.10 headless VM without a logged in UI. touch /tmp/.com.apple.dt.CommandLineTools.installondemand.in-progress; PROD=$(softwareupdate -l | grep "\*.*Command Line" | head -n 1 | awk -F"*" '{print $2}' | sed -e ...


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You could plug it in, hit "Ignore", open "Disk Utility", and attempt to "Repair" the disk. Otherwise, try to initialize the disk and copy the folder contents. P.S. Just as a side note, I would recommend using an external hard drive(SSD or HDD) to run OS X, since it would operate a little faster.


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As I am advising you, which you have done already after removing server.app setting. Have you re-download the same app from Apple site? after all this- have you restart your configuration? If no then it might be the reason else yes then you can take a help by visiting here- Read More: https://support.apple.com/en-in/HT200271


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If you want to get the size of a mounted block device (which is what blockdev -getsize64 does), you can use the following: diskutil information <device> | grep "Total Size" | sed -e 's/[^(]*(([^Bytes)]*\).*/\1/' If you want to do the same for a file, you can use the following (amongst many others): stat -f '%z' <filename>


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The QuickTime Player 7 and QuickTime 10 apps coexist on all my Macs without causing any problems. If you're worried about overwriting QuickTime Player 10, right-click on the app, and choose Compress "QuickTime Player.app" and zip it up. If the QuickTime Player 7 installation wipes out v.10, (and I don't think it will,) then you can simply uncompress it. ...


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Bad News The Truecrypt Formula on Homebrew has been removed due to bugs, and probably uncertainty in the community regarding truecrypt's safety. There also used to be a homebrew cask which was removed due to installation bugs. However, it was also moved to homebrew-unofficial and scheduled for removal. For more information about the 3rd party audit, and ...


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Coming in late here. I've had this recurring problem, where FF disables Flash, then I forget how to get past the installer failure. The issue I've experienced is that the installer fails around the 90% mark with the error message that is the title of this thread. The solution that's worked for me is to find and download the full package installer. There's ...



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