Lots of things broke.
The installer restarted my machine, went through the install process, and then went through the install process again. Wut?
Boots into OS X, and my terminal takes FOREVER to boot. Fixing permissions on the
/usr/local directory fixed most of that:
sudo chown -R `whoami` /usr/local
Next up was upgrading XCode, which took an hour to download/install. Installed the CLI tools as well.
Chrome was busted, kept having weird issues with it’s cache retrieval, and not properly formatting pages I had in cache. Just clear your cache bro.
PHP was broken, both in Apache - Web Sharing went away as an option… - and in CLI - derped about a dynamic library not being linked in.
brew update brew outdated|xargs brew install brew tap homebrew/dupes brew install apple-gcc42
Now I’m cooking.
foreman start in our work repository failed, some error about Java needing to be installed to run ElasticSearch. Thankfully, OS X showed a prompt to download and install that.
Now I tried to reinstall php54.
brew install php54 --with-mysql failed, with errors about not having
homebrew-dupes was unhelpful, but searching online brought up the fact that X11 is needed for that library - some people had issues installing Imagemagick, and installing XQuartz fixed the issue.
brew install php54 --with-mysql # re-enable php in apache's httpd.conf sudo apachectl start
It also derped on my virtualhosts. VirtualHostX usually sets this up. I simply had to re-include the vhost.conf file in my
RVM shit itself:
/Users/jose/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p318/gems/eventmachine-1.0.0.rc.1/lib/rubyeventmachine.bundle: [BUG] Segmentation fault ruby 1.8.7 (2012-02-08 patchlevel 358) [universal-darwin12.0] Abort trap: 6
This is for things that are compiled against certain libraries. Eff this, uninstall ALL the things.
Now reinstall that fucker using Jewelry Box and laugh maniacally as you type out
bundle install in ALL the things.
Wait, it broke. Alright, lets try
brew install rbenv brew install ruby-build rbenv global 1.9.2-p290
Now to gem install ALL the things!
# in your project dir bundle install
If you are depending upon something like Imagemagick, you’ll need to reinstall:
brew remove imagemagick brew install imagemagick bundle install
Lets run brew doctor:
Fix ALL the bugs.