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Comment on Programming the Yaesu VX-8DR on macOS, with the help of CHIRP and Valley Enterprises by Michael Gracie

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 17:22:00 +0000

Not sure, since it is hanging after start. I had a similar problem with an FT817ND, but saw the error right at start. Turns out I was pushing the buttons in the same order as per download; the upload sequence is different. Since you are using the latest macOS, I suggest opening a ticket over at the CHIRP site. Best wishes.



Comment on Programming the Yaesu VX-8DR on macOS, with the help of CHIRP and Valley Enterprises by Jim Forslund

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 16:28:40 +0000

High Sierra, CHIRP and USB FTDI programming cable allow me to download from VX-6, but when I upload it hangs about halfway. VX-6 displays 'ERROR' on screen. Any ideas? TIA



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS High Sierra 10.13: A Requiem by Michael Gracie

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 16:04:21 +0000

EDITED: Never too late to learn to code.



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS High Sierra 10.13: A Requiem by Michael Gracie

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 16:00:34 +0000

Spot on across the board, with particular emphasis on brew. I have checked out docker; right now I just have too big an investment in VMWare and VBox to transition. Best wishes to you too.



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS High Sierra 10.13: A Requiem by Eric English

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 10:35:33 +0000

I'm a fly fisherman and emergency physician who uses Apple products and when my apples rot I buy a new one. My programming needs/high end tech is negligible . I'm an end user at work. I have limited IT needs for my personal professional development and communication. For the most part I enjoy your posts when you hang up the mouse and go fishing. I do admire your experience and professionalism. May I suggest an occasional post to the end user how to optimize end user hardware longetivity and security. My last iMac running Sierra for four years went blank and a puff of ismoke blew out the vent in the back and will no longer boot. The iGenius team said that was very bad!



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS High Sierra 10.13: A Requiem by Sanjib

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 04:43:20 +0000

Hi Michael, thank you for the series. It was difficult to get mcrypt working back in those days on Mac and that's how I discovered your site. As the series comes to an end, I would recommend also for the progeny two useful things that I have found beneficial: 1. It's trivial to get mcrypt via homebrew (actually I have my whole dev environment on homebrew since the last 2 years) 2. Docker is showing a lot of promise and I think that would be a very interesting alternative (as you are already working with VMs) Good luck with all the new stuff in the pipeline :)



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Justin Vincent

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 17:35:12 +0000

Or you could try this: https://brew.sh/ brew install mcrypt brew install php56-mcrypt brew install php71-mcrypt



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by John Wetsell

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:53:14 +0000

run xcode-select --install to install the XCode's Command Line Tools



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Chuks Opia

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 08:04:58 +0000

Worked! Thanks a lot. :)



Comment on Plugging mcrypt into PHP on macOS Sierra 10.12 by Michael Gracie

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 23:37:47 +0000

Right click on it and hit Get Info; you can change the permissions to Read & Write at the bottom. Make your changes to the file, then revert the permissions back to Read Only.