Arquivo da tag: Mac OSx

Comandos do NVM no MAC OSx

nvm install <version>
nvm list
nvm alias default stable <version>
nvm use <version>



$ vim ~/.zshrc


export NVM_DIR=~/.nvm
source $(brew --prefix nvm)/


$ source ~/.zshrc

What is the OSX equivalent to Window’s AppData folder?

This kind of data is frequently stored in ~/Library/Application Support.

User-specific settings are frequently stored in ~/Library/Preferences

Your Chrome profile is located at ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default.

I recommend going on a little exploration of the ~/Library folder; there’s a lot of useful stuff in there.

How to Uninstall Node.js from Mac OSX


If you installed Node either by source or from a binary distribution then you’ll likely have to delete the executable and other resources manually. Unfortunately, this isn’t easy since there are quite a few directories containing Node resources, like npm and node_modules.

To completely uninstall the node executable as well as npm, here are some instructions on what to do:

Note that not all of the directories listed here may exist on your system depending on your install method.

  • Delete node and/or node_modules from /usr/local/lib
  • Delete node and/or node_modules from /usr/local/include
  • Delete nodenode-debug, and node-gyp from /usr/local/bin
  • Delete .npmrc from your home directory (these are your npm settings, don’t delete this if you plan on re-installing Node right away)
  • Delete .npm from your home directory
  • Delete .node-gyp from your home directory
  • Delete .node_repl_history from your home directory
  • Delete node* from /usr/local/share/man/man1/
  • Delete npm* from /usr/local/share/man/man1/
  • Delete node.d from /usr/local/lib/dtrace/
  • Delete node from /opt/local/bin/
  • Delete node from /opt/local/include/
  • Delete node_modules from /opt/local/lib/
  • Delete node from /usr/local/share/doc/
  • Delete node.stp from /usr/local/share/systemtap/tapset/

This list should include just about all the references to Node on your system. Keep in mind there may be more. Please let me know if you find any others (and how you installed Node originally)!


The Homebrew method is arguably one of the easiest ways to get Node on and off your system. The command to remove it is just as simple as the command to install it. Assuming you used brew install node to install it, just execute this to get rid of it:

$ brew uninstall node

And that’s it! All traces of the executable will be gone from your system.


The Node Version Manager (NVM) is almost as convenient as Homebrew, but in a different way. It allows you to install multiple versions of Node on your system so you can easily switch from one to the other.

Eventually, you’ll probably want to get rid of one of the versions when you’re done with it. And like Homebrew, you can easily do this using a command similar to the way you installed it:

$ nvm uninstall <version>

And a complete example of this might be something like:

$ nvm uninstall v0.12.2

And now only version v0.12.2 of Node will be uninstalled. Keep in mind that if you had multiple versions installed, then Node will still be on your system, but not v0.12.2 (using the example above).

Phantom Installs

If for some reason none of the above methods worked for you, then you can always hunt down the executable using the command line tool which. This command shows you the location of the file for a given command.

We can use this to find where Node is installed on your system. You can try this with:

$ which node

You can see in the output that my node command is linked to an NVM version, although yours may be located somewhere else. Now I can use this info to uninstall it.

Using this tool should help you find out how the executable was installed or how to remove it manually.


Install the App

  1. Press Command+Space and type Terminal and press enter/return key.
  2. Run in Terminal app:
    ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL" &lt; /dev/null 2&gt; /dev/null

    and press enter/return key. Wait for the command to finish.

  3. Run:
    brew install hydra

Done! You can now use hydra.

Install liquibase on Mac OSX

Install the App

  1. Press Command+Space and type Terminal and press enter/return key.
  2. Run in Terminal app:
    ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL" < /dev/null 2> /dev/nul

    and press enter/return key. Wait for the command to finish.

  3. Run:
    brew install liquibase

Install liquibase on Mac OSX

Apache localhost/~username/ not working

Looks like you need to uncomment the following:

#LoadModule userdir_module libexec/apache2/


#Include /private/etc/apache2/extra/httpd-userdir.conf

Then in httpd-userdir.conf you may need to uncomment:

#Include /private/etc/apache2/users/*.conf

Lastly you would need to create /private/etc/apache2/users/kevin.conf if it doesn’t exist. I think it should look something like this:

<Directory "/Users/kevin/Sites/">
  Options Indexes MultiViews
  AllowOverride None
  Require all granted

Make sure to restart the Apache server afterwards with:

sudo apachectl restart