09 Aug '12, 12am

@keithdevon I found this useful - check it out you find the same

To anyone who is getting their panties bunched because someone dares suggest that you chown /usr/local, OS X does not install anything in there by default and very few programs not aimed at developers are going to put anything there. If your spouse or whoever wants to use your computer, I don’t see why that would matter. Unless they are also trying to brew, in which case they probably have their OWN COMPUTER. How many developers do you know that share machines? You can install homebrew right over the top of anything in /usr/local. You won’t be brewing packages you manually installed anyway right? So WHO CARES. If there was a better solution, I’d use it, but there isn’t. I know this post was from a year ago, so those of you who would suggest using gawdawful Macports or Rudix (check the available packages on Rudix v. Homebrew. Rudix is going nowhere.) probably wouldn’t still...

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