Error: Insufficient privileges to write to MacPorts install prefix.

Ludwig macports at
Fri Aug 7 16:43:45 PDT 2015

On Fri, 07 Aug 2015, Mihai Moldovan wrote:

> >
> That's the way better answer.
> Also, make sure that your user account type is setup as "Administrator", not
> "Standard" or "Guest" in System Preferences -> Users and Groups (it should be,
> but please double-check.)
> You can also set a password there.
> After logging out and back in, sudo should magically work.
> Don't go the other route "enabling" the root account via Directory Utility or
> changing the sudoers file...

It never even occured to me that a non-Guest user could have no password. :/

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