MacOS Monterey (beta)
The next round of operating systems
So yesterday, Apple introduced the next set of operating systems for iOS, MacOS, tvOS, iPadOS, and tvOS as well as a bunch of interesting upgrades for all the new hardware. I took the plunge with installing it on my M1 Macbook and here are some thoughts on items as I see them evolve.
Overall, most things work out of the box with no problems.
- R, RStudio (minus git as described below)
- Mail - I wish they would add “send later” but works great and has more privacy functions.
It is still REALLY FAST and new layout for the tabs.
The first thing I did after install it was to install the latest version of XCode, 13 beta. It is a very large installation and I installed the optional development tools.
RStudio, there was no
git tab, so I knew there was a problem.
In the terminal, I verified there was an issue by trying to get the status of the same project folder.
rodney@Rodneys-M1 landscape-genetics-workshop % git status xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun
To fix it, I had to install some additional tools from the command line.
rodney@Rodneys-M1 landscape-genetics-workshop % xcode-select --install xcode-select: note: install requested for command line developer tools
Now it all works perfectly.