Quite a few visitors arrived at this blog lately with their reports of "brew command not found", so I figured a quick post would probably help.
brew is a very popular package manager
So when you get an error about brew not found, this is quite normal and simply means you've never used this software manager before – meaning you need to install it.
How To Install brew in MacOS
The official Homebrew website tells that you simply need to run this command to get started:
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
Here's how it will probably look:
Once you press Enter, brew install script will download the latest code for brew and deploy it:
The really cool and clever thing about Homebrew is that going forward brew will be auto-updating itself, so you're pretty much guaranteed to be running the latest and greated code.
That't is for now. Chat later!