I always love a bit of humour and this Xcode error message made me laugh
Download the beta. Pop in your card
sudo dd bs=1m if=wheezy.img of=/dev/disk1
where wheezy.img is the unzipped image file – I renamed because I am lazy and there is less typing involved 🙂
/dev/disk1 is the name of the SD card without the s1.
It does take AGES to write.
You can also update the firmware by grabbing it from here https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware and following instructions here.
Ok if you have Allow Applications set to Mac App Store and trusted developers you can usually just ctrl click and press open to get round opening untrusted apps.
This didn’t work with the latest beta of Mountain Lion but there is a quick workaround. Simply set to Anywhere, open the app then set back to App Store and trusted developers.
Well the postman arrived this morning and the last piece holding me off retiring the MBP arrived.
The Thunderbolt Ethernet adapter, yes it works, yes it really was plug and go. About a minute and a half for a 800Mb file over a 100Mb switch. Seems perfect and only a little cpu spike.
Well worth it. Off to reboot into Windows now and see what happens 🙂
No there are no drivers for Windows 7 so it doesn’t work – and as a byproduct it knocked out the wifi for a bit as well.