Moving to cleanly installed High Sierra

As there was a mechanical trouble in my main machine, MacBookPro, I am moving to new MacBookPro with cleanly installed High Sierra (10.13.6). Below is a log for my future replication...

First of all, default shell was changed with chsh command to /bin/zsh.

After installing Homebrew, coreutils was firstly introduced.

% brew install -v coreutils

PATH was changed to use commands instroduced.

export PATH="/usr/local/opt/coreutils/libexec/gnubin:$PATH"
export MANPATH="/usr/local/opt/coreutils/libexec/gnuman:$MANPATH"

Several tools were introduced with brew commands below.

% brew install -v gnu-tar --with-default-names
% brew install -v grep --with-default-names
% brew install -v findutils --with-default-names
% brew install -v rsync
% brew install -v pigz
% brew install -v less
% brew install -v pbzip2
% brew install -v byobu
% brew install -v lftp

Before using pip with python, Anaconda(miniconda) was introduced to separately install them.

In order to use csvlook, csvkit was installed via pip.

% pip install csvkit
% pip install pelican Markdown
% pip install ghp-import

Written by bonohu in shell on 木 12 7月 2018.