On 13/11/2020 20:41, Hamish G0GLG via
My MacBook pro has as usual automatically updated the iOS and
installed Big Sur.
First problem on starting WSJT-X was the memory error, no problem
re-ran the script and restarted WSJT-X.
Started ok but Hamid error, should be no problem as I have to
change the USB_UART driver nearly every time I start up WSJT-X so
go to select the correct one out of the 4 choices I always get,
no drivers available?
No problem I will just re-install the driver and start again.
This is where the problem really starts, during installation it
comes up with usual prompt to go into System
preferences/security&privacy to allow the drivers to be
installed. The problem is there is no prompt on the
This of course should be there at the lower portion of the window
but it's not and no matter what I do I can't get them installed,
even if I bypass the prompt by selecting 'already authorised' I
can't do so.
So has anyone experienced this and what's the work round, any help
you could try taking the Gatekeeper quarantine flag off the
driver installation file manually.
xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /path-to-quarantined-file