FIRST: Please read What to do before you sell, give away, or trade in your Mac on Apple's website.
As for your question, it doesn't state what model MacBook you're trying to sell, so it's not clear if Mac OS X El Capitan is the original OS it shipped with.
However, your best bet is to boot into macOS Recovery using the ShiftOption⌘R keyboard shortcut. This ...
Use the adoptopenjdk cask
See also https://discourse.brew.sh/t/how-to-install-openjdk-with-brew/712/4
To install latest:
brew cask install adoptopenjdk
To install a specific version
brew tap AdoptOpenJDK/openjdk
brew cask install adoptopenjdk8
brew cask install adoptopenjdk9
If you are looking to just bring down the binary without ...
Efter dyas of works I found the solution here.
Here are the steps to fix the problem:
Go here and download the A USB flash drive image file
Unzip the file
Insert a USB stick into your Mac or Linux
On a terminal run diskutil list and find your USB key (for me was /dev/disk2)
Run diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk2
Run dd if=refind-flashdrive-0.11.4.img of=/dev/...
If your goal is to install macOS Sierra, then your best bet is to boot into macOS Recovery using the ShiftOption⌘R keyboard shortcut. That's because your model MBP originally shipped with macOS Sierra and this keyboard shortcut is designed to install the version of macOS that originally shipped with your Mac.*
To do this:
Fully shut down your MBP
Power up ...
Instead of selecting the Reinstall option select the Disk Utility option at the bottom.
This will run Disk Utility and allow you to perform all of its usual functions, such as repairing your disk and formatting it.
Reading between the lines it's most likely you'll need to format the drive to make it available for the macOS installer. Once you've done this ...
It's not clear what "I completely cleaned my MacOS Mojave installed Macbook Air Mid 2013" means, but reading between the lines I'm assuming you have no user data on your internal drive.
If that's the case and all you want is to have macOS Mojave installed before adding back your user data, I'd start the process again as follows:
Fully shut down your Mac
By default, installing a newer OS on an existing volume does not over-write user data.
However, it's possible that your (elderly) Mac won't boot because the hard drive is failing, rather than because the OS is no longer functional. 'Hard work' for the disk like installing several GB of data may finish it off. It's worth doing a check of the disk with Disk ...
I have resolved this issue. Can’t explain it, but deleted downloaded ISO File, increased sector size to 128GB. Windows installed and loaded as before, but got stuck at exactly same spot on not connecting to the internet (blue box on screen in Windows 10 start up). However, the lower left hand corner now changed it’s radio button to bypass the internet ...
Dr google does not report any issue with the Windows 10 installer requiring an internet connection or any issue with the MacBook Pro and Windows 10 installer.
Did you use the BootCamp installer to create the thumb drive? I'll bet there is an $OEM$ folder in the root that adds drivers to the Windows installation process.