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Non-administrators can be added to the _appstore group: http://darenhunter.com/how-to-allow-non-admin-mac-user-to-use-app-store/


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You should at least create a file called .gitconfig and possibly also one called .gitignore_global in your home directory. .gitconfig: specifies some default settings; at the very least: [user] name = your_name email = your_email_address [core] excludefile = path_to_your_home_folder/.gitignore_global .gitignore_global: files you always ...


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Most obvious cause would be that some other app has taken over the .pkg extension - maybe a file compression utility. Find any .pkg file & Cmd ⌘ i to Get Info. Where it says Open with, select Installer, then Change All


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Run the installer again, but open the Installer Log window by choosing "Installer Log" from the Window menu or hitting cmd ⌘+L. This might help you discover if the installer is having a problem when it is trying to install Java 1.8 on your system. By default it is set to "Show Errors Only" but you can see more detail by changing it to "Show All Logs" from ...


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Very simply - No, not without Jailbreaking it.


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From the brew doctor output you posted there are two things you should do: Install the latest XQuartz: Warning: Your XQuartz (2.7.5) is outdated Please install XQuartz 2.7.7: https://xquartz.macosforge.org Make sure /usr/local/bin appears before /usr/bin in your PATH so Homebrew-installed utils are found before default versions of the tools: Warning: ...


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You would need to buy a copy of iLife. Per comments found here you might want to buy iLife '09 (iDVD 7.0) and then enable updates in the application so it will download the newest version. If you go with iLife '11, it contains iDVD but does not contain some of the themes found in iLife '09.


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When you install application software on any operating system it doesn't store anything permanently in processor (also known as CPU) registers. On Windows operating systems, application software does typically store information permanently in the Registry. OS X does not have a Registry, however applications may store similar information in PLIST files in the ...


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Additionally to @user14492 answer, which is right, check out the last line of the following paragraph, that answer your last question. Updating/Upgrading Casks Since the homebrew-cask repository is a Homebrew Tap, you'll pull down the latest Casks every time you issue the regular Homebrew command brew update. Currently, homebrew-cask cannot ...


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For full remove try: brew cask zap any_program Manual update should not corrupt anything. It updates the same program copy which was installed by cask.


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No, uninstalling from brew-cask’s uninstall command will not remove the files in Application Support, Caches, Preferences etc. For that you’ll need a third party app, like AppCleaner or iTrash. I just delete one app this way and it didn’t even remove the symlink it made to the ~/Applications/ folder. Though homebrew cask is an easy solution for installing ...


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iDVD still runs on Yosemite. I haven't tested to see whether it still actually functions correctly, as I have no DVD video player to view the result on. I would go for the 'sneaker-net' method of install… copy the app to a USB key & carry it over to one of the other machines. Will take 2 minutes to discover if that works. Edit I trawled my boot drive ...


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Those programs in the image can be removed by moving from Applications to the trash. If you installed something from homebrew, the way of removing is the following: brew list This will show you a list of installed formulas. After the list comes to you, you have to select what you need to remove and use the command: brew uninstall <formula>


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All my iBooks downloads where in waiting mode, even new immediately went to waiting mode. I had to kill storedownloadd (os x 10.10.3).



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