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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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I had this problem on & off for years, it's something to do with my firewall, which I've never been prepared to fiddle with just so I can get an online installer to function properly. The simplest workaround is to go get the full downloadable .dmg version instead of the online installer. For the past few years, it's been located at ...


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I have figure out how to solve it : simply hold the alt (option) key since the booting, and it would lead to disk options.


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Use Command (⌘)OptionR key sequence at startup to boot from the Internet. Use the Disk Utility application to reset Mac to a single Mac Os Extended (Journaled) partition. Make sure you are using a GUID Partition Table. Quit Disk Utility application and choose to install OS X from the Menu bar. Once OS X is installed, buy (for free) El Capitan (OS X 10.11) ...


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You may want to have a look at EPM, the Easy Package Manager. It can package Mac OS X pkg as well as RedHat RPM, Debian deb and then some more package formats -- all from the same source files, immediately after the build step. It was originally written by Michael Sweet, the author of CUPS (who now works for Apple), and is still maintained by him. The ...


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I have a (17-inch, early 2006) iMac which, like your Mac, is a 32 bit machine. I downloaded the file Fedora-Live-Workstation-i686-23-10.iso from Fedora. This is the "32-bit 1.3GB Live Image" found at this web page. Next, I burned the file to a RW DVD. I inserted the DVD in my Mac and held down the option key at startup. A DVD icon label "Windows" appeared. ...


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if you have already installed gcc... sudo chown -R (username):admin /usr/local/lib/gcc/ and brew install octave after this, you make cross fingers...


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Apple has a first party Package Maker application available with Xcode. There's also Packages, a third party solution.


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Easiest way, with no thumb drive, or cloning: web install. With your Mac near a trusted Wifi access point, or plugged into Ethernet... While booting up, hold down command + r until you see the image of a globe. You will see a message below: 'Starting internet recovery. This may take a while.' If on Wifi, select the network and enter password. It may seem ...


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I see in your question, per the second and third bullet points, you are attempting to boot the USB Flash Drive via UEFI. From 4.2 UEFI boot of USB sticks on How to create and use Live USB There are two MacBook Pro's with Model Number A1150, both having the Model Identifier MacBookPro1,1 with one of the following Processors, Intel Core Duo (T2400, T2500, ...


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I know it's been a while since the question has been asked, but this response is for the sake of anyone landing here through a google search or some such. This is a known problem with the Apple Store for both iOS and Mac OS X. The solution is to change your DNS settings and flush your DNS cache. There seems to be something funny with apple's CDN. For more ...


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Many times (not every time) this is because of a Keychain certificate/network issue. You can try turning off Certificates and see if this helps. After you do this, restart the MacBook, finish the installations, then turn Certificates back on. Go to Keychain Access --> Preferences --> Certificates. See the image below.


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Not officially possible, yet—the Inkscape developers will have to remove the XQuartz dependency by switching to the native Gtk and Glib libraries for OS X, just like the GIMP team did a few years ago. This work has been in progress for a couple of years on a separate Inkscape branch, but there is no official release yet. However, you can download the ...


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FOUND IT! Hope this is what you were looking for -- er, a year later. Better late than never. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OS_X_Mountain_Lion (can also do same with other OSX versions) Scroll down to a chart that has the diff updates/combo updates, and on the far right column, there are links to download the each one. Hope this helps someone!


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I had this problem and tried many online suggestions. My situation was different, I had trashed the content of hidden var/folders/ after seeing a post that said it was all leftover junk from earlier flash updates. Turns out Mavericks needed something and was very unhappy and determined to teach me a lesson. Would not let me use TM to recover. I solved it by ...


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Mac OS X Lion didn't come with the built-in ability to create a USB installer since a small USB flash drive installer came with Mac's that shipped with Mac OS X Lion and was also sold by Apple on a small USB flash drive. It was also downloadable through the App Store. It was the first release of Mac OS X to not come on optical media. To create a USB ...


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A Homebrew-free command-line alternative is the command line tool from Unarchiver called 'unar'. The command is simply unar filename.pdf http://unarchiver.c3.cx/commandline (The original GUI-based Unarchiver does this as well.)


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You can install via Homebrew with the following command: brew install poppler


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The OS doesn't work with the external monitor until a certain phase during the OS installation, or something like that. Is the display completely broken or just the backlight? In the latter case the workaround is that the Apple logo on the lid of the MacBook Air allows you to shine a lamp through it to light up the centre part of the internal display just ...


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Way too late, but there's an installer for this as well: https://github.com/martinpaljak/osx-ccid-installer


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I find the best way to install Node.js is to use nvm, which allows you to install and manage multiple versions of Node. I use Homebrew for pretty much everything else, but Node is easier to use through nvm, since it doesn't use global folders - everything is in your home directory, and you can easily switch between Node versions. To install (check the ...


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It's inside the .pkg file (notice how large it is?). You'll need to unpack it using something like AnyToISO.


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Shut down the computer, plug in the external monitor and keyboard and turn on the computer holding down command+R for a while. Then, close the lid of the laptop and it should display on the external monitor.



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