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macOS 10.15 beta error related to analysis_server.dart.snapshot #36114

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Adrift001 opened this issue Jul 13, 2019 · 4 comments
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macOS 10.15 beta error related to analysis_server.dart.snapshot #36114

Adrift001 opened this issue Jul 13, 2019 · 4 comments

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@Adrift001 Adrift001 commented Jul 13, 2019

Hi,

I've updated to macOS 10.15 Beta, and when I try and run the Dart analysis in Android Studio, I now get the prompt:

“kernel-service.dart.snapshot” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.

There were several other prompts, but I was able to approve those under Security & Privacy in System preferences, but this exception doesn't work (the button is grayed out.) Any clues so I can get back to working on my Flutter apps and continue to prep things for the beta macOS, too? This wasn't a problem in macOS 10.14.

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@MartinP7r MartinP7r commented Jul 13, 2019

I ran into the same issue on Catalina.

A workaround, at your own risk, is to disable the Gatekeeper security setting by running sudo spctl --master-disable from your command line. this will disable the check for unknown developer.
Again, at your own risk.

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@urmilshroff urmilshroff commented Jul 14, 2019

Same problem here. The "Open Anyway" button isn't greyed out for me, but when I click it, nothing happens. macOS Catalina v10.15 Beta (19A501i).

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@urmilshroff urmilshroff commented Jul 14, 2019

I ran into the same issue on Catalina.

A workaround, at your own risk, is to disable the Gatekeeper security setting by running sudo spctl --master-disable from your command line. this will disable the check for unknown developer.
Again, at your own risk.

You can disable Gatekeeper, run flutter doctor and then quickly reenable Gatekeeper with sudo spctl --master-enable. Flutter works thereafter, and reenabling Gatekeeper makes things safe again😄

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@christopherfujino christopherfujino commented Jul 22, 2019

There are several macOS Catalina issues all stemming from Gatekeeper issues, so I have consolidated them all into #36714. Please subscribe to that issue for updates. The quickfix would be to disable Gatekeeper from the command-line with sudo spctl --master-disable.

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