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Ruby

Alex Rodriguez
Alex Rodriguez
2,144 Points

Having trouble installing RVM and linking git with homebrew. Lot's of warning after 'brew doctor'.

This is what my terminal displays. After I installed homebrew, it worked then I run brew doctor. Can anyone please assist me with this?

Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ brew doctor Warning: You seem to have osx-gcc-installer installed. Homebrew doesn't support osx-gcc-installer. It causes many builds to fail and is an unlicensed distribution of really old Xcode files. Please run xcode-select --install to install the CLT.

Warning: You have unlinked kegs in your Cellar Leaving kegs unlinked can lead to build-trouble and cause brews that depend on those kegs to fail to run properly once built. Run brew link on these:

git

Warning: A newer Command Line Tools release is available Update them from Software Update in the App Store. Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ brew install git Warning: A newer Command Line Tools release is available Update them from Software Update in the App Store. Warning: You seem to have osx-gcc-installer installed. Homebrew doesn't support osx-gcc-installer. It causes many builds to fail and is an unlicensed distribution of really old Xcode files. Please run xcode-select --install to install the CLT. Warning: git-1.9.0 already installed, it's just not linked Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$

3 Answers

Patrick Cooney
Patrick Cooney
12,216 Points

Are you running an old version of Xcode?

Alex Rodriguez
Alex Rodriguez
2,144 Points

I believe it's the most current one.

This is what I receive when I run the most ' xcode-select'

Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ brew install git Warning: A newer Command Line Tools release is available Update them from Software Update in the App Store. Warning: You seem to have osx-gcc-installer installed. Homebrew doesn't support osx-gcc-installer. It causes many builds to fail and is an unlicensed distribution of really old Xcode files. Please run xcode-select --install to install the CLT. Warning: git-1.9.0 already installed, it's just not linked Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ xcode-select Usage: xcode-select -print-path or: xcode-select -switch <xcode_folder_path> or: xcode-select -version Arguments: -print-path Prints the path of the current Xcode folder -switch <xcode_folder_path> Sets the path for the current Xcode folder -version Prints xcode-select version information Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$

Patrick Cooney
Patrick Cooney
12,216 Points

Hmmm, I ask because it seems like based on the warnings you may have an older compiler.

Alex Rodriguez
Alex Rodriguez
2,144 Points

I believe it's the most current one.

This is what I receive when I run the most ' xcode-select'

Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ brew install git Warning: A newer Command Line Tools release is available Update them from Software Update in the App Store. Warning: You seem to have osx-gcc-installer installed. Homebrew doesn't support osx-gcc-installer. It causes many builds to fail and is an unlicensed distribution of really old Xcode files. Please run xcode-select --install to install the CLT. Warning: git-1.9.0 already installed, it's just not linked Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$ xcode-select Usage: xcode-select -print-path or: xcode-select -switch <xcode_folder_path> or: xcode-select -version Arguments: -print-path Prints the path of the current Xcode folder -switch <xcode_folder_path> Sets the path for the current Xcode folder -version Prints xcode-select version information Alexs-MacBook-Air:~ arodriguez2012$