Installing pip correctly is the answer https://opensource.com/article/19/5/python-3-default-mac#what-to-do install pip in the new directory, and from there- download jupyter-lab again.
Try this: Ref:https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/data-directory-initialization-mysqld.html Following this, you may reset your password using ALTER USER ‘root’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘new-password’;
If you are on a OS X, this probably has nothing to do with the sed command. On the OSX version of sed, the -i option expects an extension argument so your command is actually parsed as the extension argument and the file path is interpreted as the command code. Try adding the -e argument explicitly and giving ” as argument to -i: See this.
The problem is: adb is not in your PATH. This is where the shell looks for executables. You can check your current PATH with echo $PATH. Bash will first try to look for a binary called adb in your Path, and not in the current directory. Therefore, if you are currently in the platform-tools directory, … Read more
You can find all the details here: IDEA-170117 “objc: Class JavaLaunchHelper is implemented in both …” warning in Run consoles It’s the old bug in Java on Mac that got triggered by the Java Agent being used by the IDE when starting the app. This message is harmless and is safe to ignore. Oracle developer’s … Read more
Perhaps you have already solved this, but here is what I found when I had exactly this issue. I had 2 versions of npm installed. I verified this as follows: I worked around the issue by updating the path in my bash profile, but would like to know why (how) I ended up with 2 … Read more
find can do that. Just add -delete:
In Terminal when I use .subl It returns -bash: .subl: command not found Anyone know how to open Sublime Text 3 from the command line in macOS?
I am trying to test MongoDB and I have it all downloaded and moved into the root folder. I can navigate to the folder that holds the mongod, but when I try to run it by typing “mongod” into my terminal, I get a message that says: “mongod: command not found”
The first time you launched XCode, it probably asked you if you wanted to enable Developer Mode on this mac. If you accepted, then it asked you for your password, and you stopped getting this kind of warning. Chances are good that you declined, and now it has to explicitly ask you for permission every … Read more