macOS can‘t run binaries compiled for Linux for the same reason it can't run Windows binaries: the underlying architecture and the required libraries are different. For Windows binaries there are wine and CrossOver, I‘m not aware of something similar for Linux binaries. If you have access to the source code, you can try to port/compile it yourself. Or you ...
You can't launch the Linux version of Firefox on macOS, because it is a binary for Linux calling libraries from Linux and calling system calls of Linux.
You have to build a macOS version of Firefox on macOS from the source tree you download from here:
through the traditionnal steps:
From Ubuntu, you need to run the command gdisk.
Open a Terminal. Basically, press the control+alt/option key combination.
Enter the command given below to execute gdisk.
sudo gdisk /dev/sda
If the version is not at least 1.0.4, then enter the q command to exit gdisk. Next, enter the commands given below to update gdisk, then return to step 2. Otherwise, ...
The Minshall+French format is what macOS uses to store Unix symlinks on FAT and CIFS volumes. More details on the Minshall+French format can be found here:
The Linux CIFS implementation provides a 'mfsymlinks' mount option (which is off by default) that supports the Minshall+French format.
I believe Docker ...
i finally figured it out. my situation without a recovery HD i had to either partition my internal HD in half for linux and macos or just by a external HD do i bought an external HD because i didn't want to mess with partitions and i also bought an installation usb of macOS el capitan. I formatted the external HD to macOS extended (journed) and installed os ...
The tee command prints the piped stdout to the file path given as well as displaying it in the terminal. This is commonly used for recording the output of commands to file which would otherwise only be ephemerally printed to the terminal.
Without tee and using simple redirection of brew install > install.log would prevent stdout being printed to the ...
2>&1 means "send any error messages (aka 'stderr') to the same output as any informational messages (aka 'stdout")."
| tee install.log means "whatever output there is should also be sent to the file install.log.