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If you press cmd + option + esc - it should bring up a module similar to the task manager on Windows. From there, you can force quit any application you are in including finder.


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You could try booting into internet recovery (hold Command+Option+R during boot) once there open disk utility and try partitioning again.


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The first measure is to reinstall Apache or at least unzip (untar, ungzip etc) or decompose the installer package to get hold of the file. If you can't find it: here is a generic com.apache.httpd.plist file from GitHub: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" ...


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A clean install of Mavericks might help or even better, update to Yosemite for more bug fixes.


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There is a stub executable for Java. This is what it looks like. It exists to get you to install a specific version of the framework since Apple doesn't bundle it with their computer. Think of this as an "install flash player" message, but for the operating system as opposed to a browser plug in. No bug, this is how things are designed. If you see it ...


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An iPhone 5 I had got stuck searching for signal forever also, it was caused by the data settings. I had to turn Cellular Data ON to correct the secondary setting; LTE I believe. Then I could turn it back off (Cellular Data).



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