Fixed it. Note to anyone else, default python in the terminal is python 2, and you probably dont want to change that.
Check if Python 3 is installed with: python3 --version
Invoke python with: python3
and then drag and drop,
or type it just like smaxsmax: python3 gibMacOS.command
I cannot upgrade my laptop, especially right now. The build I want to make is a replacement for a hackintosh that ran maverick, and now the laptop is my only computer and I have nothing to back it up to, and I dont want to risk any of my apps breaking now.
I am unable to get gibMacOS.command to work using a late 2011 15" MBP running OS X 10.9.5
Right clicking and opening the file returns the following to the terminal:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/killerkatt/Downloads/gibMacOS-master/gibMacOS.command", line 553, in <module>...
I sincerely appreciate your reply!
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