[chirp_users] MAC OS Sierra

Bob Nielsen n7xy at n7xy.net
Sun Jan 22 18:36:37 PST 2017


Try this:

http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/243687/allow-applications-downloaded-from-anywhere-in-macos-sierra

73, Bob N7XY

On 1/22/17 4:28 PM, Eric Chopin wrote:
> I have tried to run CHIRP (old & new ) on my MAC OS Sierra 10.12.2. on 
> a Macbook Pro Retina Intel Core I.5.
>
> I disabled the SIP as per instructions in your Mac os tips: (cut & 
> Paste below) but CHIRP still does not run. When I double click on the 
> CHIRP Icon (after unzipping) It flashes like it its about to start but 
> nothing happens.
>
> Any offers?
>
> 73's
>
> Eric
>
>
>   Application Security in 10.12+
>
> As of 10.12 (Sierra) the UI for disabling app security was removed. 
> The functionality is still there, but must be enabled from the command 
> line.
>
> To whitelist a single application (like an unzipped chirp-daily.app):
>
>  1. unzip chirp.zip
>  2. control click on the unzipped application and select New Terminal
>     at Folder. (Don't see that menu item? Instructions to enable it
>     <https://lifehacker.com/launch-an-os-x-terminal-window-from-a-specific-folder-1466745514>)
>  3. run this command in the newly opened terminal window:
> 4.
>     spctl --add $PWD
>
>
>
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