I told myself I would learn github this week. I ran into a snag.I started here:
But got this failure message during configuration:
Agreeing to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin privileges, please re-run as root via sudo.
You don't need admin privileges to run Xcode or git. You need admin privileges to agree to the terms of the Xcode EULA in order to use its applications--which git does (and you did when you installed the application). Privilege escalation here is akin to sites asking for the 3-4 digit security code on the back of your credit card. After agreeing, you don't need admin privileges anymore
Anyway, 107mb of updates later, it's late enough in the evening that Github will have to wait.... yet... another.... night...
On another note, I have not installed El Capitan. I'm waiting for that to shake out first... Hope they didn't push an update on a Friday afternoon like young tikes might do once in awhile. We've all done it. It happens. Helps to just let it go and try to always be patient with your own work and be open enough to have someone check yours before you go pushing stuff out there. Some day I hope to use that advice wisely. Until then,
"It's not about me. It's not about you, either. It's about legacy, the legacy left behind for future generations. It's not about us!." - Tony Stark, Iron Man 2