Installing MariaDB Database Server on macOS

Mariadb Install Macos

MariaDB is an alternative to MySQL database which is more performant with a full open license, you can install it easily on macOS via Homebrew. The first step is to install Homebrew on your computer and possibly to remove any older MySQL database server versions. Once Homebrew is installed, on the command line: brew install…

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Installing Homebrew on macOS Ventura or Monterey, Package Manager for Linux Apps

Homebrew Macos Bigsur

The easiest way to install a number of Unix style applications and open source software onto macOS Ventura, Monterey, Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave and earlier Sierra OS versions is via a package manager, unfortunately, macOS Ventura doesn’t come with one, but fortunately, some good folks care, they come in the form of Homebrew. The install…

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Install and Configure wget on macOS

Xcode Yosemite

macOS Mojave, Sierra, and earlier versions come with the command line utility called ‘curl‘ which is a network transfer tool, it does not come with the popular ‘wget‘, in fact, ‘curl‘ can probably get you by just fine, check man curl at the command line to see its usage. Otherwise, let’s look at getting ‘wget‘… this can…

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