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Homebrew calls itself The missing package manager for macOS.It really helps to simplify the installation of common tools and software on your Mac. If you want to easily install command line tools such as cask, htop, wget, nmap, tree or virtually any other familiar unix command line tools, you can do so with a simple command. Install Homebrew. /usr/bin/ruby -e '$(curl -fsSkL raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)' We need to. Homebrew’s package index.


What Is Homebrew?

Homebrew Nmap

Homebrew for OS X is a command line program manager, similar in functionality to “apt-get” found in some Linux distributions. By itself, Homebrew offers a user the ability to install (and update) a good number command line programs for Unix. When the “cask” option is used, the user has access to over 3800 Mac OS X GUI programs that can be installed and updated. With the “mas” option, the user can download and update programs from the Apple App Store. The Homebrew developer’s describe Homebrew very concisely: “Homebrew installs the stuff you need that Apple didn’t.”

How To Install Homebrew:

Installing Homebrew is pretty simple. Copy and paste the following string, at a Terminal prompt.:

/usr/bin/ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”

Press the “Return” key and Homebrew begins installing. It will setup some new files change some permissions. Homebrew will check and see if Xcode is installed, if not, it will automatically install the Xcode Command Line Tool package. After a few additional mechanizations, Homebrew itself will be downloaded and installed.

How To Install Homebrew Cask:

Cask is included in most current distributions of Homebrew. If “cask” is not available to you, you can get it by placing this string at the command prompt in your terminal:

How to Install Mas:

To install “mas” from the command line prompt, type:

brew install mas

Examples – Homebrew:

Once installed, check to see if Homebrew is working:

Update Homebrew:

brew update

View installed programs needing updated:

Update Homebrew and installed programs:

brew upgrade

Upgrade only the program named nmap:

To search for all Google apps available from Homebrew:

brew search google

Download and install a program called “nmap”:

Remove the program “nmap”:

brew remove nmap

Homebrew Map

Homebrew Nmap

Show what Homebrew programs are installed:

By default, Homebrew does not uninstall old versions of a program. To see what would be cleaned up:

brew cleanup -n

To remove old versions:

Examples – Homebrew-Cask:


Strings for Homebrew-Cask are identical to those of Homebrew with the exception that the word “cask” directly follows “brew” in each string. For example, here is the string for installing Google Earth Pro:

brew cask install google-earth-pro

Examples – Mas:

List of all the apps installed.

Shows all apps with pending updates.

mas outdated

Updates all the apps. The example above show no apps are available for updating.

Homebrew Map Cz

App name searches for an app in the App Store. You’ll want to make a note of the application identifier number if you want to install it.

mas search

Application number installs that app (see graphic).


Homebrew homepage https://brew.sh

How To Install Packages with Homebrew for OS X https://www.howtogeek.com/211541/homebrew-for-os-x-easily-installs-desktop-apps-and-terminal-utilities


Homebrew Cask homepage https://caskroom.github.io

Mas Updates and Installs Mac Apps from the App Store Apps from the Command Line https://lifehacker.com/mas-updates-and-installs-mac-app-store-apps-from-the-co-1791919584