14 Replies Latest reply: May 8, 2013 12:41 PM by dns.vlad
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After downloading this newest version of Xcode 4.3.2, I tried to open it.

 

Xcode greets me with Xcode component installation, stating that Xcode must install the following components before continuing

 

So I click install and type in the correct administrative password.

 

But immediately after this, Xcode gives the alert " An unknown error occurred. See the install log for more details."

 

However, the log proves to be not helpful at all.

 

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ->T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: inUDS=0x101146c30=disk0s2=Mighty Lion

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ..T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: PMBootable=1            (bootable right now without any further action)

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ..T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: PMBootCapable=0         (bootable if you call MKCFPrepareBootDevice)

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ..T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: PMBootSurgeryRequired=0 (for primitive MBR on BIOS, add boot block and loader)

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ..T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: PMFSSurgeryRequired=0   (for primitive MBR on BIOS, add boot block and loader)

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM ..T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: PMNewfsRequired=0       (bootable with MKCFPrep but it will rudely carve)

Apr  9 22:42:06 mediter diskmanagementd[30360]: DM <-T+[DMToolBootPreference getPartitionBootability:]: MKerr=0 out=132=0x84

 

I tried to repair disk permission, then restart to try Xcode again, the same issue occur.

 

I really can't figure out what went wrong here. Could anyone please offer a helping hand?

 

Thank you very much!


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), 8GB/750GB 5400/