teszeract wrote:Whoopsie ... first time ever I got a failed installation on my mac. The message was:
The installer could not install some files in "/usr/lib".
Contact the software manufacturer for assistance.
Will head over to the readme file and check out the logs.
I see log entries about iCal buddy crashing immediately after install. I'm using iCalbuddy with Nerdtool.
The message that attracted my attention was:
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Nov 12 17:59:04 UserName [0x0-0x91091].com.allocinit.NerdTool: dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/lib/libbz2.1.0.dylib
Does libbz2.1.0.dylib have anything to do with the library the installer tried to process?
I somehow hosed my system Now re-installed and updated to 10.5.8. I'm reluctant to try again (just in case it was the script that caused issues). I noticed I can't look into the .pkg at all - is that normal?
But I really want to make this script work, so I might bite the bullet and try again :nervous
ps The tutorial has a link on p3 to the AppleTV Script Pak, which is a dead link - is that the same as the download above, or additional?
You must have munged something via terminal trying to fix things with that libbz2.1.0.dylib file. The script or install pak in no way could have caused system problem. Maybe try saving out the current libbz2.1.0 file in your system, let the install pak install the one it bundles and evaluate if both the script and your other app works with the newer file as well. Alternatively, if there is issue you could restore back the original libbz2.1.0 file and see if that works with all.
Here are links to files showing exactly what is installed on your system.