Apt-get command not found mac terminal
However, what I do in the virtual console, will it be available to save or export?
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Can use brew to do the above instead of apt-get? Or it's better to download apt-get for my Mac, then use it to do the installation? The install instructions are specific to Linux. Mac is not supported. Some adventurous people have installed TensorFlow Serving on their Macs. It is the package manager that I feel most comfortable to not mess my Mac up. I keep several disposable VMs for various projects. I like the idea of not polluting my Mac OS with too much development cruft. Thanks mountaintom!
First post to Github Anyways, I've been getting sudo: apt-get: command not found. I'm running Yosemite I keep getting sudo: apt-get: command not found.