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You can install the pstree command using either Homebrew (my personal favourite), MacPorts or Fink and you'll get a command-line, tree view of processes on your Mac. To install with Homebrew it's just: brew install pstree Once you have Homebrew on your machine.
NB this seems to be fixed in the most recent versions of OS X, so workaround perhaps no longer required... Workaround Probably the simplest / safest option is to 'flatten' the PDF before sending it, by printing it to a new PDF. After completing your form in Preview, go to the Print menu (cmd+P) and use the PDF drop-down in the bottom-left, selecting to ...
I believe I have discovered the real reason why this happens and the cleanest work around (version 8.2 doesn't fix this for me). Why this happens: The issue for me was tracking speed (and mouse acceleration!) reverting to the OS X default and not using Intellipoint settings. After trying to learn AppleScript for 2 hours to hack around the issue and adjust ...
I understand you don't want to install Windows. However, thats what all Mac-users at our company do (with vmWare fusion).
Business Insider lists the following Macs as compatible : iMac (mid-2007 or newer) MacBook Air (late 2008 or newer) MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) Mac Mini (Early 2009 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer) Xserve (Early 2009)
A Mac My NAS of choice is an old Mac. In my case, I had an old MacBook that wouldn't hold a charge anymore so I rigged up an eSATA connection to my 2TB external drive. The advantages to using an actual Mac over a true NAS system: Uses first-party AFP on HFS for optimal compatibility. In particular, it supports Spotlight and fast file searches ...
The most common ways I know of doing this: Virtual testing: BrowserCam Screen capture and Remote Access service for cross platform compatibility testing and HTML design quality assurance Adobe BrowserLab Browsershots Check Browser Compatibility, Cross Platform Browser Test Your local library often has PCs available for patrons to use Ask a buddy to test ...
There is a Way to use the regular IE7 and IE8 for Windows via Wine. A short German tutorial is available at http://www.webmasterpro.de/coding/article/internet-explorer-auf-mac-os-x-installieren.html.
I've used RoaringApps' Compatibility Table, which seems fairly comprehensive. However, their servers seem a bit bogged-down at the moment. (edit - as of July 26 - it's still very slow to use)
Looks like it's not fully compatible. When you reboot your Mac, Intellipoint doesn't start when OS X boots. You need go to System Preferences and open the Intellipoint preference pane. I'm waiting for Microsoft release new version of the utility. A few links with the same issue on the MacRumors and InsanelyMac forums. I've got a temporary solution: add the ...
Apple said the following Macs will run Mountain Lion: iMac (Mid 2007 or newer) MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer) MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer) Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer) Xserve (Early 2009) So the complement of this list are not supported to run Mountain Lion (as ...
Drobo FS The Drobo FS is my new favourite NAS. I've run a Netgear ReadyNAS and a PC-based NAS in the past and neither touch the Drobo FS for simplicity, speed and reliability. The ReadyNAS suffered from poor RAID performance, especially on reboots when volumes needed to be scanned. And the power supply in it was really lame. And the PC-based NAS was just a ...
The below small perl script I've called 'treeps' that should do exactly that; works on linux (Sci Linux 6) + OSX (10.6, 10.9) Example output: $ ./treeps |_ 1 /sbin/launchd |_ 10 /usr/libexec/kextd |_ 11 /usr/sbin/DirectoryService |_ 12 /usr/sbin/notifyd |_ 118 /usr/sbin/coreaudiod |_ ...
From Wikipedia, regarding the Developer Preview: The OS X v10.10 Developer Preview is compatible with all Macs that are capable of running OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Mavericks. The full list of compatible models from the release notes: iMac (Mid 2007 or newer) MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid 2007 or ...
Time Capsule The Time Capsule can be used as a shared drive. It is also a Wi-Fi router, and is automatically recognized as a backup device for Time Machine.
Do you have an original (aluminum backed) iPhone? If so then yes, unfortunately Apple recessed the headphone jack and you do need an extender. If you have an iPhone 3G, 3GS, or 4, then you shouldn't need to, as the headphone jack is flush with the device.
The charger is 10W like the old iPad. It's called iPad 10W USB Power Adapter and has product number MC359LL. Specs and QnA are available at the Apple US online store.
Don't want start any flamewar, but today here is only NAS solution - the ZFS based NAS. ZFS is a filesystem, what has "copy on write" feature, so you will get a backup in every save - fully transparently. ZFS has million really cool features like raid management, snapshots etc.. too much for one post. If you interested can duckduck for ZFS. ZFS is ...
If money isn't an issue, or one that you can wrestle with, then I don't think there is really any better tool for this than OmniGraffle by the Omni Group. It doesn't come with interface elements by default, but there is a freely-available extensive library of options on their site Graffletopia.
This is your mac: http://support.apple.com/kb/SP544 4GB (two 2GB SO-DIMMs) of 1066MHz DDR3 memory; two SO-DIMM slots support up to 8GB A cool trick in case you want to find more about it is you can type your serial number right into the support search on the apple site and it will bring up your model and specification article. Take a look: ...
Two ideas I can think of. First, dual boot with OS X 10.6, which still supports Rosetta. The other is to obtain a copy of Snow Leopard Server, which had a license which allowed you to run it in a virtual machine. (The license for normal SL did not allow you to run it in a VM. Lion and Mountain Lion changed the license to allow it.) Then use Parallels ...
According to the following VMware kb article: System requirements for VMware Fusion (2005196) VMware Fusion 5.0.x is not compatible with El Capitan as hosting OS. After upgrading to El Capitan you need at least VMware Fusion 7.x. Fusion 5.x Any 64-bit capable Intel Mac (compatible with Core 2 Duo, Xeon, i3, i5, i7 processors or better) Mac OS X ...
You can not install older OS X versions on newer models, the old OS X version are missing the required drivers for hardware not even available when the OS X version was released. I see several options: You may (legally) install 10.6.8 Server in a VM (Parallels or VMware) though. The latest MacMini supporting 10.6.8 is the MacMini4,1: Apple Mac mini "Core ...
Microsoft has released a new version of Intellipoint: version 8.2. Although the site says it supports support 10.4 to 10.7 only, I tested it and it seems to work on 10.8. All bugs and problems that I know about have been fixed since version 8.0. Here's the download link: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/wireless-mobile-mouse-4000-limited-edition ...
Freenas using generic hardware I love the ability to grab an old computer, fill it full of cheap hard drives, and install Freenas on a CF card or USB drive. Software RAID is reliable. A key point, if any of the hardware dies, the RAID array can be rebuilt when the software is installed on new hardware, unlike some proprietary solutions (NAS or RAID cards) ...
I upgraded to Lion as well last night, and I also have CS4 design premium (Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) on a MacBook Pro, late 2008 model. You must manually reinstall the Java runtime stuff in order for the programs to open (much software update automatically began installing them after I had restarted. Please see the link: ADOBE CS4 SUPPORT FORUMS ...
The bootcamp FAQ is helpful for these sorts of questions http://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/ http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4273
According to this source, you will not be able to use a Thunderbolt cable in this fashion. You can, however, get a Mini DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort cable from Monoprice for about $5 and that should work just fine.
Snow Leopard could run on early 2011 machines because those machines were originally released with Snow Leopard. However, since yours is a Late 2011 model, a build of Snow Leopard that is compatible with your machine's hardware has never been engineered and thus would not work. If you look at the kbase article, you can see that all the Late 2011 model ...
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