I have two Macs, an old one in the cold work-room, the other in the warm guest-room.
To work on both Macs with the same environment, I bought a SSD to install the Arduino ISD.
I changed the path in the script to the SSD and the installation was running with a fault:
… up to here, as in the pic in the installation (with newer versions)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “get.py”, line 148, in <module>
File “get.py”, line 113, in get_tool
File “get.py”, line 65, in unpack
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/tarfile.py”, line 2072, in extractall
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/tarfile.py”, line 2109, in extract
self._extract_member(tarinfo, os.path.join(path, tarinfo.name))
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/tarfile.py”, line 2193, in _extract_member
File “/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/tarfile.py”, line 2277, in makelink
OSError: [Errno 45] Operation not supported
Any idee to help me?
Does it work in a standard installation, just to narrow is it a problem of your MAC enviorement od a problem auf external drive mobile situation.
I had the same idee while drifting into sleep.
The solution for the standard installation is written below the Linux instructions:
If you have Arduino.app installed to /Applications/, modify the installation as follows, beginning at mkdir -p
To read to the end of the unit before starting the installation will have saved me quite some time …
I copied the arduino.app from the HD to the SSD and it worked. Next step will be to install the software for the 3D Printer (replaced Melzi with Mega 2560/RAMPS 1.4).
Of Topic, bought my first 3D printer 2 weeks ago, is a CR10 mini from Bangood. Was suggested in some Arduino or Raspi forum. Look at some tests too. I can say it isexcelent in any case. Comes with all you need, spare parts tools to assemble, filament 200g, heating and glas. Wide working place for this price class.
P.S. Fine you found a solution:-)
Yup. I’ve also heard good things about that 3D printer. I have the CR-10 and it’s definitely the best printer in my opinion for that price.
I bought my Hesine M505 back in 2015 for $ 250.00. I haven’t printed many parts, but I learned a lot.
The CR10 mini is miles ahead. It is always the same, if you wait, you can buy something better, but you can’t use it. Today I printed a better X-Axis beltholder, but for this the belt is to short. While waiting of a small packet from China, it gives me time to go on with the ESP 32 course.