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This was problem with LittleSnitch after all. Disable the network filter and it works as expected.


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Instead of force quit you could find the name of the process(es) you want to quit using Activity Monitor and then create a script that uses the kill command to get rid of them. Some details: Chriswrites


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I'm not sure, but it looks suspicious. Poorly written, use of exclamation mark, reference to "PC" - it all looks weird. It's pretty useless too - you get an "OK" button and nothing else? What sort of dialog is that?! Maybe check your date/time settings, but if there's no problem, I'd be a bit concerned about malware. Did you install any software recently?


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This error is shown, because right now every kext (Kernel Extension) must be signed with the developer certificate. Here you can find more info: A kernel extension, or kext, is a bundle that extends the kernel. With System Integrity Protection, kernel extensions must be signed with a Developer ID for Signing Kexts certificate, and installed into the ...


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open folder then run script tell application "Finder" to set cwd to POSIX path of (insertion location as alias) tell application "VLC" OpenURL "file://" & cwd & "" play end tell


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It is an infuriating problem. If your Macbook still doesn't work then you will need to take it in to an Apple Genius Bar to see if they can help you fix it (or arrange for a repair under warranty). Hopefully you have got enough data from your Mac so as to be able to back up, or continue working on a new Mac.


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It's ugly but it works... try set marker to 1 -- do stuff set marker to 2 -- do stuff set marker to 3 1 / 0 set marker to 4 on error errMsg number errNum tell application "SystemUIServer" display alert (marker & space & errMsg & return & return & "Error number " & errNum as text) buttons ...


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homebrew requires additional installs before you can proceed: either Xcode or Xcode Command Line Tools. You can download Xcode (2.1 GB) via App Store.app or the Command Line Tools at developer.apple.com. Both require a valid Apple ID. The latest CLT release is: Command Line Tools (OS X Mountain Lion) for Xcode April 2014 direct link (~115 MB). In later ...


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If you format the BOOTCAMP partition as MS-DOS (FAT), then you should be able to use the Boot Camp Assistant application to remove the partition. If this fails, then commands can be entered in a Terminal application window to remove the partition. I will not post these commands unless necessary.


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Try to use Single User Mode to repair the disk. Restart your mac holding command + S Wait until you see small # sign. Type fsck -fy You should see The volume (name of the volume) appears to be OK If not - keep repeating the same command Hope that helps ;) UPDATE To change a volume you can try to: # cd /Volumes/"Name of Volume" in your case ...



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