> On Aug 4, 2017, at 20:36, Richard L. Hamilton <rlha...@smart.net> wrote:
> Some notes of mine on /usr/local: I can't avoid /usr/local entirely, since
> VirtualBox and Parallels install their command line tools there.
Those probably won't cause problems for MacPorts.
> But I can move /usr/local out of the way, for the duration of MacPorts
> builds, as necessary. More precisely, with System Integrity Protection
> turned off, I moved /usr/local elsewhere (not in /usr, which is mostly
> protected), and replaced it with a symlink to the new location. That way, I
> can rename what the symlink points to, without necessarily needing to leave
> SIP turned off.
Grumble... I didn't realize SIP would prevent renaming /usr/local. That's