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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.
You could try booting into internet recovery (hold Command+Option+R during boot) once there open disk utility and try partitioning again.
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" ...
A clean install of Mavericks might help or even better, update to Yosemite for more bug fixes.
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 ...
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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