- Jan 23, 2021
- GTX 750 Ti
Yes, tried just double clicking too but same result (why is the right click - open even different from double clicking?)That is new enough.
Some people use older versions of OS X like Snow Leopard and then the Python version is too old for the script to run properly. That's why I asked. Are you right (ctrl) clicking on the file and then selecting open ?
Also tried simple terminal cd to the folder and opening gibMacOS.command... same thing.
Also tried 'python gibMacOS.command'
I've also installed the latest python then
Tried it on a white iMac and Macbook running Snow Leopard, but they give different errors:
ismacs-imac:~ ismac$ /Users/ismac/Desktop/gibMacOS-master/gibMacOS.command ; exit;
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/ismac/Desktop/gibMacOS-master/gibMacOS.command", line 3, in <module>
import os, datetime, shutil, time, sys, argparse, re
ImportError: No module named argparse
Ty for the help
Ps the 10.10.2 system is a hackintosh