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jonathalimax / Apple_mobile_device_types.txt
Created Aug 6, 2019 — forked from adamawolf/Apple_mobile_device_types.txt
List of Apple's mobile device codes types a.k.a. machine ids (e.g. `iPhone1,1`, `Watch1,1`, etc.) and their matching product names
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i386 : iPhone Simulator
x86_64 : iPhone Simulator
iPhone1,1 : iPhone
iPhone1,2 : iPhone 3G
iPhone2,1 : iPhone 3GS
iPhone3,1 : iPhone 4
iPhone3,2 : iPhone 4 GSM Rev A
iPhone3,3 : iPhone 4 CDMA
iPhone4,1 : iPhone 4S
iPhone5,1 : iPhone 5 (GSM)
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jonathalimax / install_ruby_with_rbenv.md
Created Jun 18, 2019 — forked from stonehippo/install_ruby_with_rbenv.md
Installing a new Ruby with rbenv on Mac OS
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Install a new Ruby with rbenv on Mac OS (and make yourself a superhero)

If you're doing stuff with Ruby on a Mac, e.g. installling Jekyll or something, by default you'll end up having to use the sudo command to do stuff, since the permission to modify the default config is not available to your user account.

This sucks and should be avoided. Here's how to fix that.

Installing a new Ruby

To make this better, we are going install a new, custom Ruby. This used to be a big, scary thing, but thanks to the awesome tools Homebrew and rbenv, it's a snap.*

A word of warning: you will have to use Terminal to install this stuff. If you are uncomfortable with text, words, and doing stuff with your computer beyond pointing and hoping, this may not work well for you. But if that's the case, I'm not sure why you were trying to use Ruby in the first place.

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