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  1. Couchbase Server
  2. MB-7621

[Mac README]No way to install CLI tools as per readme.tx instructions

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      From the readme.txt in the Mac download:

      • After installing the command-line tools (via the item in the menu),
        moving the app will break the symbolic links that were created in
        /usr/local/bin (or wherever you installed the tools into.)

      There is no "item in the menu" with which to install the tools. How does one do so?

      We also need docs on the Mac installation in general.

      1. README_2.0.2.txt
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        kzeller
      2. README.txt
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        Maria McDuff
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        kzeller kzeller added a comment -

        Fixed and updated to 2.0.2

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        kzeller kzeller added a comment - Fixed and updated to 2.0.2
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        kzeller kzeller added a comment -

        [REMOVED FROM SERVER MANUAL] 1. Remove section from documentation in couchbase-getting-started-install-macosx.html "When you open Couchbase for the first time, you will be asked.."

        [REMOVED]

        2. Remove snippet from readme.txt : "After installing the command-line tools...."*

        [ATTACHED new readme and sent via email]

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        kzeller kzeller added a comment - [REMOVED FROM SERVER MANUAL] 1. Remove section from documentation in couchbase-getting-started-install-macosx.html "When you open Couchbase for the first time, you will be asked.." [REMOVED] 2. Remove snippet from readme.txt : "After installing the command-line tools...."* [ATTACHED new readme and sent via email]
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        kzeller kzeller added a comment -

        [REMOVED FROM SERVER MANUAL] 1. Remove section from documentation in couchbase-getting-started-install-macosx.html "When you open Couchbase for the first time, you will be asked.."

        [REMOVED]

        2. Remove snippet from readme.txt : "After installing the command-line tools...."*

        [ATTACHED new readme and sent via email]

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        kzeller kzeller added a comment - [REMOVED FROM SERVER MANUAL] 1. Remove section from documentation in couchbase-getting-started-install-macosx.html "When you open Couchbase for the first time, you will be asked.." [REMOVED] 2. Remove snippet from readme.txt : "After installing the command-line tools...."* [ATTACHED new readme and sent via email]
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        kzeller kzeller added a comment -

        I just discussed this with Maria/Tony. In the past we apparently did not have an upgrade path for Mac, in which case you always had to destroy these files to move from 1.8, 2.0. In this version there will be an upgrade path for 2.0.2 in which case you may now need to keep these files. This I just discovered from Tony.

        Maria asked that I reopen the ticket and assign to Chisheng who is testing the upgrade process and will assign to me once he provides the correct information for 2.0.2.

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        kzeller kzeller added a comment - I just discussed this with Maria/Tony. In the past we apparently did not have an upgrade path for Mac, in which case you always had to destroy these files to move from 1.8, 2.0. In this version there will be an upgrade path for 2.0.2 in which case you may now need to keep these files. This I just discovered from Tony. Maria asked that I reopen the ticket and assign to Chisheng who is testing the upgrade process and will assign to me once he provides the correct information for 2.0.2.
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        kzeller kzeller added a comment -

        Consolidating all README Fixes for 2.0.2 for all platforms into MB-8302

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        kzeller kzeller added a comment - Consolidating all README Fixes for 2.0.2 for all platforms into MB-8302

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          • Assignee:
            Chisheng Chisheng Hong (Inactive)
            Reporter:
            perry Perry Krug
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