|# We'll be installing Homebrew in the /opt directory.|
|# Create a directory for Homebrew. This requires root permissions.|
|sudo mkdir homebrew|
|# Make us the owner of the directory so that we no longer require root permissions.|
|sudo chown -R $(whoami) /opt/homebrew|
|# Download and unzip Homebrew. This command can be found at https://docs.brew.sh/Installation.|
|curl -L https://github.com/Homebrew/brew/tarball/master tar xz --strip 1 -C homebrew|
|# Add the Homebrew bin directory to the PATH. If you don't use zsh, you'll need to do this yourself.|
This site is a fork of smealum's official 3DS Homebrew Launcher website. This page will redirect to the official site once smealum added the 11.10 payloads. Welcome to the official unofficial 3DS Homebrew Launcher website! This page is meant to be a hub between all the best and newest ways to get homebrew running on your system. What is homebrew? Homebrew is a term for unoffical software written by hobbyists and amateur developers for locked down systems (i.e. This can include save editing tools, games, emulators, and more. Instructions for a supported install of Homebrew are on the homepage. This script installs Homebrew to its preferred prefix (/usr/local for macOS Intel, /opt/homebrew for Apple Silicon) so that you don’t need sudo when you brew install. It is a careful script; it can be run even if you have stuff installed in /usr/local already. Git is pre-installed on macOS, but this step will update your machine to the latest version of git. Copy and paste the following text into your terminal (and press 'return', after each step): brew install git.
Nov 24, 2020•
Run this command on your terminal to use this script:
Homebrew Launcher 3ds
Nov 29, 2020•
I don't know how to fix it, would you please give some advices?