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Adding full access permission to %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\S-1-5-xxxxx folder (where xxxxx is specific to your environment) for account used by MSSQLSERVER service fixed my problem. See more at: http://www.iamberke.com/post/2013/07/05/SQL-Server-cannot-start-TDSSNIClient-initialization-failed.aspx#sthash.nxHHQ6WQ.dpuf
This has worked for me: Abort the installation an set the following environtment variable: LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1, This will get you past the 17% mark. Later during the installation you will get this error: This happens because the installer is using the 64 bit bcc library So solve that you must do this as root: cd /usr/bin mv gcc gcc_old cp gcc32 ...
Postgres.app has a short documentation here: http://postgresapp.com/documentation/ which tells among other things: Configure your $PATH Postgres.app includes many command line tools. If you want to use them, you must configure the $PATH variable. If you are using bash (default shell on OS X), add the following line to ~/.bash_profile: ...
You have to run the main installer, and choose to add the shared feature. The fact that it's available as a separate download as well is a bonus for people who don't want to have to download such a large ISO, but the SSMS installer is definitely part of the main installer - you just have to choose it from the "shared features" section.
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