Agreeing to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin privileges, please re-run as root via sudo.
This morning, I went to refresh one of my git repo's for work, and
make spit that out. What the heck happened last night? Anyway, the fix is easy:
Ullr:anchor scott$ sudo xcodebuild -license Password: You have not agreed to the Xcode license agreements. You must agree to both license agreements below in order to use Xcode. Hit the Enter key to view the license agreements at '/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/License.rtf'
After hitting the space bar a bunch of times, just
agree and you're back to work.
Below is the list of books I have needed for my MBA.
- Principles of Corporate Finance - Brealey, Meyers, & Allen
- Organizational Theory, Design, and Change - Jones
- Human Resource Management: Gaining a Competitive Advantage - Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart, & Wright
- Business, Government, and Society: A Managerial Perspective - Steiner & Steiner
- Managerial Accounting: Creating Value in a Dynamic Business Environment - Hilton
- Applied Regression Analysis: A Second Course in Business and Economic Statistics - Dielman (The solutions manual was also really helpful.)
- Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management - Kaplan & Warren
- Strategic Marketing Problems: Cases and Comments - Kerin & Peterson
- A Framework for Marketing Management - Kotler & Keller
- Organizational Behavior - McShane & Von Glinow
- International Business: The Challenges of Globalization - Wild & Wild
- Strategy: A View From the Top - de Kluyver & Pearce
I recently ran into an issue on a WordPress site running behind an nginx web server. The site was frequently being attacked by a botnet hitting /xmlrpc.php so rapidly, it would eventually force the FastCGI processes behind nginx to consume all available CPU. Naturally, this would cause all legitimate traffic to the site to timeout. My solution was to insert the following in the nginx configuration for the site:
Although this change did not stop the brute force attack, nginx was able to handle it much more elegantly (read: not cratering the server) than php-cgi.
Once again, Apple has made a change in how DNS is handled in Mac OS X. Originally, Yosemite (10.10) had replaced
discoveryd. This meant that all of those who had made a change to force
mDNSResponder to always append search domains to DNS lookups had to make a new change to accommodate