I'm developing a perl script which expected to be downloaded by Mac users with a very small knowledge of shell, linux etc, let's say office managers and accountants. After the downloading the script ...
I want to execute phylocon on a mac OS X lion but after changing the path and making the file executable, I get the error 'cannot execute binary file'. But the steps that I took to running the command ...
I installed Aquamacs in a fresh OS X desktop, and wanted to be able to call the program from the commandline. Calling the file inside the app seems to work just fine: Amoss-iMac:bin amosjyng$ ...
I've just tried installing tmux from source (via installing libevent first). The installation seemed fine, without throwing any obvious error. But when I typed tmux in iTerm2, it returned "command not ...
I have installed the newest Erlang from source. As the final step I have executed sudo make install Among other things, it placed erl link in /usr/local/bin, but its permissions are insufficient ...
I know there are many differences between OSX and Linux, but what makes them so totally different, that makes them fundamentally incompatible?