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just goto settings and switch off the wifi and switch it on. I used 3G network i did that switch off and on, the problem reolved.


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The problem(s) appear to stem from nothing more than a (simple) permissions issue: Open DiskUtility.app then verify and repair your volume(s). Check the output to determine if something is amiss; It's normal for DiskUtility to find permissions and repair them each time, but does anything standout as really abnormal? Doing this should set the ...


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OK, I solved it. So I first found this article, which said to killall iTunesHelper. That didn't work. After that I found an Apple discussions thread on this where someone had to killall AlertAll (the process responsible for the Install Alert). I did that and the installation finished succesfully. Step-by-step Go through the installation and get this alert ...


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Based on the error log you provided it looks like helpd has crashed or is causing some issues. This will mess up all kinds of stuff. try: rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.helpd rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.helpd.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.help.plist Restart computer Try again Warning: rm = remove, rm -rf = Remove recursively. Use with ...


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I am not aware of any Apple recommended tools to edit existing package, pkg or mpkg, files. Most packages are signed and thus any changes will invalidate their signature; although resigning is simple enough using pkgbuild and an appropriate installer certificate. Wrapping Up Existing Packages Consider creating a wrapper multi-package that adjusts any ...


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You can use the Flat Package Editor from Apple. Go to Apple's Developer downloads site and download the Auxiliary Tools for Xcode - Late July 2012. Once downloaded, open the DMG. Find PackageMaker.app and open the package contents, then navigate to Contents/Resources. Copy Flat Package Editor.app to /Applications or elsewhere then open it. From this app ...


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It sounds like he is running the installer from the currently installed O/S (?). If that is the case you may have to create an installer DVD or Flash Drive. There are utilities and terminal commands that will do this rather easily. I prefer the flash drive route and have used it a number of times. There is a freeware utility that works quite well. ...


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Are you trying to clean install OS X Mavericks? If you are, you should download a copy of Mavericks, then restore it onto a external drive, restart your mac onto that install drive, go to Utilities, then to 'Disk Utility' then erase your hard drive. Next, install Mavericks. If you tried this step and booted with the install drive, I do not know if I can ...


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During installation many installers, not just uTorrent. (Also Daemon Tools for example on Windows) try to install a lot of stuff on your computer. If you accept one of the offers (which looks like an agreement), you end up with stupid plugins in your browser and other default search tools - this is exactly what you're facing right now. I would strongly ...


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I had a similar problem, but the log file indicated my C compiler was not working. xcodebuild -license solved the problem, though I had previously agreed to the license.


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Why you only need gcc? You can also use clang instead gcc. You just need to install (if available in Xcode) Command Line Developer Tools


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I accidentally forgot to rename Xcode 4.0 and left it as Xcode.app in /Applications/Xcode Older Versions/ which is what I used to store Xcode 4 in case the old Xcode 5 developer previews had any issues. So that bundle was replaced, not 5.0. The weird thing is that even when I was sure I had it 5.1 open SpriteKit Game didn't show up as an option. Rebooting ...


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I was missing the download icons for some apps. I went into restrictions and changed the app ratings to allow all ages content. Then the download icon apppeared.


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Try the following: Mac OS X 10.4: Repeatedly asked to insert Install DVD Disc 2 during installation But why start on such an early OS?



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