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It is easiest in the Terminal. SSH into the server and then at the command line :- sudo scutil --set HostName new_name You will be asked for your password and then the name will be changed.


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The latest version is iOS 8.3. It would seem it's time to upgrade.


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From my testing, I have found that if the "Limit Applications" check box in Parental Controls is turned off, but Xcode and the other applications that you want enabled are turned on in the "Allowed Apps" list, Xcode will only ask for authentication a few times: On the first run of Xcode On the first attempt at running an app created with Xcode On the first ...


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You will need: a Mac running Xcode 7 (which is currently in beta and not finished yet) an iOS device running iOS 9 (which is also in beta and not released yet) or iOS 8 an Apple ID to sign into both Xcode and the iOS device - this will generate the provisioning profiles needed for your code to run on your devices. To get prepared for this, download the ...


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To begin migration to swift 2.0 latest syntax, open your Xcode project with xcode7, Click Edit > Convert. See this link: https://developer.apple.com/swift/blog/


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In case this ever helps someone, this will make it compile and load. First Uninstall Pymol Then: % sudo port install tcl -corefoundation % sudo port install tk -quartz % sudo port install pymol This is described here: http://www.ub.edu/cbdd/?q=content/installing-pymol-macports


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If you want to create a shortcut to the simulator app, you can do the following: Control-click xcode.app in Applications and select "Show Package Contents" Navigate to: Contents/Developer/Applications Control-click iOS Simulator.app and select "Make Alias", or just drag it to the dock to create an alias there. I'm using OS 10.9.5 and xCode 6.1.1


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No. Building an IPA requires Xcode which requires OS X.


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I can't see Apple not making enough security restrictions for this to happen and I'm sure Xcode would always use a specific branch of Swift. However, Swift being open source might attract a larger amount of hackers from the future Linux-Swift community. In all seriousness though, I don't think we can answer this question now when we still don't know how ...


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A couple more alternatives may be found at these answers: How to download the Command Line Tools for Xcode without the Downloads for Developers webpage? Fully Automated Xcode Installation Download XCode Command Line Tools You can download the XCode 4.x CLTools packages from their official download site via direct links. Here is a script that will ...


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Make sure gcc and g++ are at least version 5.0 (eg. brew install gcc5 --with-fortran --without-multilib) Download the openmpi tar.gz file here: http://www.open-mpi.org/ cd ~/Downloads tar zxvf openmpi...tar.gz cd openmpi.... ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/openmpi make make install Now add export MPI_DIR=/usr/local/openmpi export ...


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https://blog.udemy.com/xcode-on-windows/ Check out that website, you can simulate Mac OS X on windows and therefore run Xcode


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You can not install XCode on any version of Windows, it only runs on OS X.


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I figured that it's archive and extracted it with 7zip. However couldn't find any executables inside. My guess is I need to run 3.hfs but it's different question.


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Over time the problem kept coming back for other updates in addition to Xcode. I eventually used the Disk Utility to Repair Disk Permissions and got back 6 GB.



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