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Cannot install qtVlm on macOS Catalina 10.15.2

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4 years 5 months ago #123 by maitai
No problem ;)
Philippe

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4 years 4 months ago #154 by zeehaen
Hi Maitai,
I recently bought the full IOS-version and qtvlm works like a charm on the ipad, but I experience exactly the same problems as mentioned in this topic installing QtVlm on my macbook. I also tried to type in the command you mentioned, but after 'entering' that command I am requested for a password in the next sentence. I tried every apple pasword I could imagine, but it doesn't work. What to do next, can you help me me?
regards
Alex

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4 years 4 months ago #155 by maitai
Hi Alex
The password needed is the same as the one you use for instance when there is a MacOS update.
Maybe the sudo command is not compulsory. Once inside a terminal window into qtVlm directory just try:
xattr -rc .
Regards
Philippe

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4 years 4 months ago #156 by MichelleWhy
Replied by MichelleWhy on topic Cannot install qtVlm on macOS Catalina 10.15.2
The older version of QTVLm worked fine on Catalina.
Just made the upgrade to 5.9.5-p1 and now it won't start. I get the following error message: see attachment
I wonder where this path does come from...

The suggested method with "sudo xattr -rc" did not help in my case.

Suggestions?

Cheers
Stefanie

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4 years 4 months ago #157 by zeehaen
Thank you for your fast respons Philippe! I tried your last solution and no password is being asked now and I am able to run qtVlm now!!! NICE!!!!

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4 years 4 months ago - 4 years 4 months ago #158 by maitai
@MichelleWhy :

As said before Catalina is a pain...

You should do the following:
From Finder locate the folder where you installed qtVlm (don't go inside it, stay in the parent folder). Right click on the folder and choose "open a terminal' (the last option). Then type
xattr -rc .
(note the point at the end, very important)
Then you should be able to run qtVlm
Philippe
Last edit: 4 years 4 months ago by maitai.

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