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cyberface

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Hi, my OS X 10.8 has strange behaviour - everything seems to be working - apps, QE/CI, power management, but when I install programs using Homebrew they are compiling without errors, but when I try to run them they are usually crash. For instance, I cannot run node.js and python3 because they are crashing. Here is an example of the crash report for Python 3:

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I've tried everything - reinstalled dozen of times, used different DSDT, used chameleon, clover, but the problem still exists.

Everything works fine on my macbook

Does anyone have a clue what the problem might be?

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Hoplita

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I'm not a pro but maybe this is because of the dropped support of 32 BIT?

The scripts may not run Native 64 bit, not sure but also try this:


The problem is a Permissions problem. All you have to do is:


1. Right click on the root /Library Folder and selct 'Get Info'

2. Unlock the pad lock in the lower right hand corner.

3. Click on the + symbol to add a user.

4. When prompt add the 'root user'.

5. Give the root user Read/Write privaledges.

6. Lock the pad lock and open Preview.


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I've managed to properly build node.js and python3 by patching homebrew with hardcoded -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 cflag. My guess is that my CPU doesn't support binaries natively compiled for OS X 10.8





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