Heroku-toolbelt installation error in mac OS X Solution

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After install heroku toolbelt in mac OS X terminal sometimes it’s showed given error

Terminal Command: 

$ heroku --version
/usr/local/heroku/lib/heroku/jsplugin.rb:108: warning: Insecure world writable dir /usr/local in PATH, mode 040777
heroku-cli: Adding dependencies...
     Get https://cli-assets.heroku.com/node/v5.7.0/node-v5.7.0-darwin-x64.tar.gz: dial tcp: lookup cli-assets.heroku.com on 192.168.192.10:53: cannot unmarshal DNS message
done
heroku-cli: Installing core plugins...
     

     fork/exec bin/node: no such file or directory
heroku-cli: Installing core plugins (retrying)...
     Error installing package. 
     
     Try running again with GODE_DEBUG=info to see more output.

Heroku-toolbelt Mac OS X Ruby On Rails

My OS X version is OS X EI captain so I was follow this instruction To disable System Integrity Protection to solve this problem:

  1.   Boot into the Recovery HD by restarting whilst holding ⌘R.
  2.   Open Terminal (from the Utilities menu).
  3.   Run the following command in Terminal: csrutil disable
  4.   Restart. And change permission to in /usr folder.

Finally Now I am using heroku cmnd properly in my Mac OS.

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How I completely uninstall android studio from my Macbook Pro

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Recently I downloaded android studio on my Macbook Pro and I messed up with it every time I can not run emulator gave me some error like HXAM is lost so I decided to remove the whole android studio and re install it by following way at my mac book pro.

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I executed those command form my terminal

rm -Rf /Applications/Android\ Studio.app
rm -Rf ~/Library/Preferences/AndroidStudio*
rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.google.android.studio.plist
rm -Rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/AndroidStudio*
rm -Rf ~/Library/Logs/AndroidStudio*
rm -Rf ~/Library/Caches/AndroidStudio*

I deleted all projects from following command:

rm -Rf ~/AndroidStudioProjects

to remove gradle related files (caches & wrapper) I follow

rm -Rf ~/.gradle

Using the below command to delete all Android Virtual Devices(AVDs) and *.keystore. note: this folder is used by others Android IDE as well, so be careful if we use other IDE we will not remove this folder

rm -Rf ~/.android

to deleting Android SDK tools

rm -Rf ~/Library/Android*