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Installing command line tools in OSX 10.9 Mavericks changes slightly than previous versions of MAC OSX , Now You Dont Have to install XCODE , you can install Command Line Tools stand alone ,

Just Simply Follow these steps

 1 : Open terminal

open terminal

open terminal

2 : Type “xcode-select --install. ” in terminal ( without quotes  ) 

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3: A pop-up windows will apear asking you about install tools 

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4 : choose install tools

Installing Command Line Tools

Installing Command Line Tools



5 : wait install to finish it will take 30 minutes

Done

Done

 

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  • Lisa

    Tried it, but getting the response that software is not currently available from the software update server.

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  • FooskR

    Wat? :D 30 minutes, or seconds?

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  • Guest

    Not here though: “Currently not available from the software Update server” Strange…

    • squirrel

      same here T___T

    • Davi

      Same here too.. What should I do?

      • http://www.computersnyou.com/ Alok Yadav

        Note to other OSX 10.9 Mavericks people: xcode 5.x comes with command line tools already installed. That’s why some of you are seeing the software update server error.

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  • John Pilgrim

    Thanks! This worked for me!

  • Graciela Gracias

    Thanks dude!!

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  • johnny_005

    Note to other OSX 10.9 Mavericks people: xcode 5.x comes with command line tools already installed. That’s why some of you are seeing the software update server error.

    • Kirsten

      Thank you!! That was so confusing.

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  • Jakob

    Thanks man for helping out!

  • Matt

    Can’t install the software because it is not currently available from the software update server??? Any suggestions??? Thanks Matt

  • John Gillanders

    Great, thanks! Very easy way of installing the tools on Mavericks.

  • 02inf

    Wow… Thanks.!!!
    It’s a Nice Tip

  • Parag

    Thanks. Worked perfectly!

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  • 邓志豪

    Then where are the tools installed, or how can I uninstall them? I cannot install the xcode from the app store now. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5498595 I think it may relate to this installed CLT.

    • Alok Yadav

      i am also using mavericks
      and let me tell you kindly that i installed tools first .. then i installed xcode
      never faced any problem like that . see your install log

      • 邓志豪

        Thanks for your info and kindness! :)
        I still cannot get it right and have updated the related logs in the link above. I am downloading the standalone version xcode. It may work I hope.

  • cousincocaine

    Author, we do create a screenshot of a window using Command-Option-4 and than Spacebar right?

    • Alok Yadav

      command + shift + 4 and choose area
      command + shift + 3 for whole page

      • NovapaX

        What he meant is that using his key-combo you would actually gain some pretty screenshots instead of those hideous cropped images in this article.

  • random

    thanks

  • http://www.invalidmemory.com Eddy

    This works too:

    Menu Bar -> xCode -> Developer Tools -> More Developer Tools…

    Takes you to:

    https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action?name=for%20Xcode%20-#

    • Alok Yadav

      tool installation app is located under
      /System/Library/CoreServices/Install Command Line Developer Tools.app

  • Le_Grand_Schtroumpf

    # xcode-select –install

    xcode-select: error: no developer tools were found, and no install could be requested (perhaps no UI is present), please install manually from ‘developer.apple.com’.

    Of course, on the dev site, there is only a package for Mountain Lion, which refuses to install on Mavericks.

  • Baruque

    Thanks a lot, this fixed my gcc that broke when upgrading to 10.9

  • Roshan

    Thanks a lot!

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  • Jedimark

    Thank you!

  • Ben

    Thank you!!!!!! Probably shouldn’t of upgraded the OS while writing my dissertation…. really needed my fortran programs to compile correctly…

  • Benjamin Hammer Nørgaard

    Takes 30 minutes? You must be suffering on that internet connection.

    • http://www.computersnyou.com/ Alok Yadav

      Lolz yes

  • Le Duc Duy

    Awsome

  • BrendonBrown

    Excellent.

  • Lvkz

    Thank you!!! :)

  • WearyMax

    This method doesn’t work in DP6 :(

    • http://www.computersnyou.com/ Alok Yadav

      its working
      if you are getting error ” cant install ….. ”

      it probebly means iether network problem or already installed
      .. if you installed CLT in DP5 and now upgraded to DP6 , then you dont have to worry verify

      $gcc -v
      $g++ -v

      • Anon

        Try running:

        $ xcode-select –repair

        • Liron Yahdav

          I’m getting the “Can’t install…” error but `gcc -v` and `g++ -v` both return:
          Configured with: –prefix=/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr –with-gxx-include-dir=/usr/include/c++/4.2.1
          Apple LLVM version 5.0 (clang-500.2.79) (based on LLVM 3.3svn)
          Target: x86_64-apple-darwin13.0.0
          Thread model: posix

          I tried `xcode-select –repair` but I get “xcode-select: error: invalid argument ‘–repair’”. I’m trying to install a ruby gem with native extensions, but I keep getting the error “You have to install development tools first.” I just upgraded to Mavericks and XCode 5.0.1. Any ideas? Thanks.

          • Liron Yahdav

            I fixed this issue. I found out that my ruby was trying to compile C code using gcc-4.2 which didn’t exist. Reinstalling ruby (via RVM) fixed the issue. I still get the “Can’t install the software…” error if I run `xcode-select –install`, but as Alok said, I think that happens when the command line tools are already installed.

  • LinHW

    Thanks!

  • mrsanders

    Thanks!

  • http://jre655.com/ Fukuda Takuro

    Has moved! Thanks!

  • Fish_Kungfu

    Thank you for this tip! I first went to the Downloads pane in Xcode5-DP2, and I was like ????. You saved my bacon!