Hey all, I performed a clean install of Mojave (10.14) and ran the update to 10.14.1 right after the initial installation completed. I've started reinstalling all the software I need, but am running into issues when trying to install the command line tools from the Terminal. After requesting the install, I can agree to the license agreement but then always receive the following message: "Can’t install the software because it is not currently available from the Software Update server." Steps I've attempted in order to resolve this include: resetting the developer directory using xcode-select --reset, changing the catalog to Apple production using softwareupdatea --clear-catalog, deleting the SoftwareUpdate.plist from preferences, all to no avail. If I try to download the command line tools from the Apple website I need to log into the developer portal and I don't have a developer account with Apple. Does this mean I need to install the whole Xcode package from the App Store? I seem to recall that this wasn't necessary previously. Or could this simply be a question of timing, with Apple having only just released Xcode 10.1 a couple of days ago and the CLI tools no being available from the update server yet? I appreciate your input on this!