#StackBounty: #docker #macos How to install docker-engine in macOS without docker desktop?

Bounty: 50

Recently Docker announced that Docker Desktop would cease to be free for some kinds of users. See announcement in blog post.

I don’t need any of the features that are exclusive to Docker DesktopĀ®. I have used docker in a laptop with debian on it and that version is good enough for me.

Is there a way to install the linux version of docker in macOS? I need both the engine and the cli tool, nothing more. I run build commands, push, tag, run, docker-compose, etc.


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#StackBounty: #xcode #macos #unity3d #objective-c++ Xcode doesn't stop execution on assertion failure when debugging Unity Editor

Bounty: 100

I’m currently working on native plugin for Unity Engine. So there’s my custom c++/objective-c++ code running inside Unity Editor process. Breakpoints are working just fine, but when assertion failure happens Editor just crashes and Xcode says Finished running Unity instead of stopping debugger.

I have 2 cases when there may be assertion failure:

  1. Assertion in my own c++/objective-c++ code.
  2. Xcode validation (e.g. Metal API Validation)

In both cases Editor just crashes, Xcode says Finished running Unity, then Unity Crash Reporter appears, and finally macOS crash reported appears.

To start Unity Editor from Xcode I followed this guide: https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/XcodeFrameDebuggerIntegration.html (Capturing a frame from Unity Editor with Xcode section)

How can I make Xcode/Unity Editor stop execution and show line/assertion info when assertion failure happens?


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#StackBounty: #macos #cron #bundle #fastlane Execute Fastlane Command missing Gem when operating cron job

Bounty: 150

When I go to Mac Terminal and execute my sh file with the following command set included, it runs smoothly. When I. allow my crop tab to execute evert hour between 9 am to 18 pm, it says the following exceptions

Fetching origin
hint: Pulling without specifying how to reconcile divergent branches is
hint: discouraged. You can squelch this message by running one of the following
hint: commands sometime before your next pull:
hint: 
hint:   git config pull.rebase false  # merge (the default strategy)
hint:   git config pull.rebase true   # rebase
hint:   git config pull.ff only       # fast-forward only
hint: 
hint: You can replace "git config" with "git config --global" to set a default
hint: preference for all repositories. You can also pass --rebase, --no-rebase,
hint: or --ff-only on the command line to override the configured default per
hint: invocation.
Already up to date.
Already on 'feature/sprint_1'
M   src/Podfile.lock
M   src/MyProject/Info.plist
Your branch is up to date with 'origin/feature/sprint_7'.
bundler: command not found: fastlane
Install missing gem executables with `bundle install`

At my project folder structure, Gemfile and Gemfile.lock exists. Do I need to ..

  1. modify Gemfile before executing my command set?
  2. execute my command with superuser sudo access?
  3. Given bundles and fastlane properly installed, How could I acknowledge my file path to execute is correct?

4.The below is my .sh file with following command set: Should I need to modify my command set also?

cd ~/myProject/src && git stash clear && git fetch --all && git pull && git checkout $1 && bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev

Where $1 is my proposed branch e.g. master, release , feature/sprint_1


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#StackBounty: #macos #codesign #mac-app-store Apple Distribution vs "3rd Party" certificates

Bounty: 150

I have a Mac app distributed in the Mac App Store. Perviously, I would sign the compiled app with my 3rd Party Mac Developer Application certificate and then in the productbuild command it would create a .pkg and sign it with my 3rd Party Mac Developer Installer certificate.

Are both of these now replaced with the Apple Distribution certificate?

Do I still need a Mac Installer Distribution certificate to sign the .pkg?


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#StackBounty: #macos #launchpad Apple Mac Book Pro, Launchpad Order Items Alphabetically

Bounty: 50

How do I order items in Mac Book Pro Alphabetically in Launchpad? They are currently unorganized and I want to order. Right clicking to order does not have menu to sort .

Following command does not work either,

defaults write com.apple.dock ResetLaunchPad -bool true; killall Dock

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Currently have MacBook Pro 15-inch, 2018.
Mac OS Big Sur

Prefer to look for automated auto arrange solution, not Manually dragging/dropping


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#StackBounty: #macos #mac #macbook #macbook-pro #apple Apple Mac Book Pro, Launchpad Order Items Alphabetically

Bounty: 50

How do I order items in Mac Book Pro Alphabetically in Launchpad? They are currently unorganized and I want to order. Right clicking to order does not have menu to sort .

Following command does not work either,

defaults write com.apple.dock ResetLaunchPad -bool true; killall Dock

enter image description here

Currently have MacBook Pro 15-inch, 2018.
Mac OS Big Sur

Prefer to look for automated auto arrange solution, not Manually dragging/dropping


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#StackBounty: #linux #macos #terminal #tmux #key-bindings Binding arrow keys for TMUX with MacOS Terminal

Bounty: 50

I am trying to create new arrow key bindings in TMUX which is running on a Linux machine. I ssh to that machine from my Mac (Mojave 10.14.6) using the Terminal. These are all combinations that I added in ~/.tmux.conf:

# Use Shift-Arrow to move between panes
bind -T root C-Left select-pane -L
bind -T root C-Right select-pane -R
bind -T root C-Up select-pane -U
bind -T root C-Down select-pane -D

# Use Alt-Shift Left/Right to switch between tabs
bind -T root M-C-Left previous-window
bind -T root M-C-Right next-window

# Use Alt-Shift Up/Down to create/close a tab
bind -T root M-C-Up new-window
bind -T root M-C-Down kill-pane

It works for Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right, but not for the others. For the Up/Down arrow combinations it always goes through the Terminal history, so I think that Terminal is overriding these bindings. However, I can not find where it does so, I removed all relevant combinations from Preferences -> Profiles -> Keyboard and also from System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts. For the M-C-Left/Right nothing happens.

I believe the TERM variable is set correctly:

TERM=xterm-256color
TERM_PROGRAM=Apple_Terminal
TERM_PROGRAM_VERSION=421.2
TERM_SESSION_ID=782B88DE-A8DA-4542-8428-F9D5C1EF6386

The key bindings are also listed when calling tmux list-keys. When pressing the combinations in cat, I get:

cat
  ^[[A  (Ctrl+Up)
  ^[[B  (Ctrl+Down)
  ^[^[[C  (Ctrl+Option+Right)
  ^[^[[D  (Ctrl+Option+Left)
  ^[^[[A  (Ctrl+Option+Up)
  ^[^[[B  (Ctrl+Down)


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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