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Try to restart the device. Press and hold power button and slide to power off.


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The installation of the Emacs latest version (25.0.50) works fine using this command: brew install emacs --HEAD --use-git-head --cocoa --with-gnutls --with-rsvg --with-imagemagick


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I had the same problem and, geez, I nearly freaked out, what I did was to recreate all provisioning profiles in Apple's Member Center (if it only brings you to the log-in page do so and re-klick on the link) and re-download them. Also make sure that you add your desired device when creating the PP. After downloading double-klick ALL PPs which should bring up ...


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I have run into a similar issue like this before when I was taking my ACMT certification. Essentially I created an iCloud email account and tried to use it to take my 10.9 Apple Certified Associate certifications fine but when I went to take my ACMT and log into GCX it told me I could not with that Apple ID. After calling Apple and being on the phone with a ...


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If your filesystem is case sensitive, then you probably meant to enter gcc instead of GCC


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It is almost impossible to get it back even you notify Apple because there are so many Installous alternatives like those mentioned vshare, appcake, ifunbox, kuaiyong, and those site usually has people download and upload apps. I will sort out why the app is leak if I were you.


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Peppermint I don't know if this will strike as promotional, or not, but guys, I can't help not to talk about our own... brain child, Peppermint. We've launched it around 1-2 weeks ago, and the response so far has been very welcoming - so I thought I should share it here as well. It's not an IDE. But it's not a simple Code Editor either. Perhaps, it's ...


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You may also want to consider using http://serverfault.com/questions/211382/proper-way-to-disable-apache-listening-on-localhost In short: change Listen 80 into Listen 127.0.0.1:80 in /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf I found that to be the easiest way. Cheers!


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Comment out the four lines that reference Heroku by adding the pound/hash sign in front of each one, like so: # fancy_echo "Installing Heroku CLI client ..." # brew_install_or_upgrade 'heroku-toolbelt' # fancy_echo "Installing the heroku-config plugin to pull config variables locally to be used as ENV variables ..." # heroku plugins:install ...



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