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You can try to check if the model file is in your MAC. I use Windows so please forgive my ignorance when it comes to MAC but the file might be located in something like: Macintosh HD / Users / YOU / .qgis2/ python / plugins / processing / modeler / models / The model itself is called contours.model. If it does exist then you can use the Add model from ...
I believe it to be a bug. I had the exact same problem with Mac OS 10.9 and 10.10. I loaded Ubuntu in Virtual Box and the linux version of QGIS did not have this problem.
There are packages created for MacOS, usually by KingChaos. Looks like you can also use homebrew: http://www.kyngchaos.com/software/postgres http://brew.sh/ As usual, the best way is to look at the docs, as already said by John, check this link: http://postgis.net/install
You have to find a programme, where you can write the extention by hand. For windows you can do it in Gedit. First you type the line "Integer","real",... and so on, as it is written in previous answer and after clicking 'save as' you delete the given extention and type 'csvt' for example programme gives 'fields.txt' then you delete 'txt' and write csvt ...
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