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Selecting the 'Language & Region' preference fixed one of my issues - now the Panes show up. I had an issue that the difference preferences were not rendering on the screen, to see the actual buttons and selections, I had to toggle the arrows at the top of the System Preferences window, and get a glimpse of the buttons, and then hope that I was actually ...
Did you perchance move your user directory? If so, I suspect what's happened is that the owner/group of those applications is not the same as "you", and that's why they work under sudo and not normally. I had this happen to me when I got my new computer. For some reason the machine refused to use the user/group ID from the old machine, and thus I wasn't ...
App bundles have very specific permissions requirements in order to function correctly, it's not just a matter of setting execute bits. (in fact, I believe certain files must not have the execute bit set). If they are in /Applications, I believe using Disk Utility's permission Verify/Repair will fix this for you.
You don't say what version of iTunes you have, the 3gs won't upgrade past iOS 6.1.6 This surprising page still hosts a 6.1.6 security update on the Apple website. This even more surprising page has iTunes version 9.2.1 which was contemporary with your 3gs. It's possible that the newest iTunes don't have the needed package for your old phone. Apple, after ...
Start the YouTube application on your Apple TV scroll to the right to "settings" in your menu click "settings" and go to "clear cookies" choose "clear cookies" and start playing your videos again.
Had same issue. I cleared the cookies in the youtube app and it started working
It looks as if the Terminal app was removed and replaced with an application that displays that dialog, so changing permissions won't help. Doing a clean install as BaronVonKaneHoffen suggested would work, but there are another options. Option #1 - Restore from another Mac If you own or have access to another Mac, you can copy /Applications/Terminal.app to ...
Going by the appearance of the dialog window, it looks like the school you got this Mac from was using JAMF Software's Casper Suite to manage their Macs. One of Casper's features is being able to prevent specified applications from launching, with the additional option of providing a message to the end-user. As you're receiving this message, it appears that ...
That is not an Apple error. You either have a permissions issue and the error is coming from a security script or a virus. Reinstall the OS using a Disk Utility image, and reinstall from scratch. It's a straight forward process, let me know if you want help.
It's possible that that is actually a custom dialog box that has been redirected from terminal.app If you can install apps, look for a terminal alternative program.
Your best bet would be to do a clean install, presuming you have copies / licenses for any software you use on there. Backup any files you want to keep, and follow one of the many guides out there. For instance: http://mashable.com/2015/10/01/clean-install-os-x-el-capitan/ This could well take less time than figuring out what the IT guys did, and make your ...
If you add them to "Play Next" then use the drop down list to the right, looks like 3 short lines they will all play in the order you arranged them.
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