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I've also noticed The Latin Modern fonts are not installed to OS X with the MacTeX2015 distibution. The LM fonts (also the math font) are installed in the tex distribution under: /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/lm and /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/lm-math To use these font's throughout OS X there is no ...


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Just install the system again: it shouldn't overwrite any files outside of the system.


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Go to the « Purchased » tab of the Mac App Store. There will be a progress bar.


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There should be a progress bar underneath the Launchpad dock icon. If you removed Launchpad from your dock, open it through Spotlight, then search for the icon of the app you are installing (which in your case would be Xcode). There should be a progress bar and further status information on it.


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Here is a complete list of all OS X versions and builds included with Mac computers. To get the build number of a DVD check the /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist file that is on the Install Media. The string value for the Key ProductBuildVersion is the information you are looking for. Now you can either check all of the bundled DVDs for the ...


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If you check the listings for everymac.com, the site lists the software version each machine ships with. The early G4 mac minis (1.25GHz & 1.42Gz) shipped with 10.3.7, later version shipped with 10.4.2. If you have multiple macs with firewire & dvd drives, you can force the secondary mac to target drive mode, and use the TDM mac as an external DVD ...


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First, anything off torrent is suspect. Just EXPECT that it's coming with a virus attached. you did do virus scans didn't you?


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The easiest solution would be to simply delete the old version of the software. If you want to keep both, you'll need to change your $PATH environment variable so that the location of the new version appears before the location of the old version. Do this by editing ~/.bash_profile.


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Is it better to copy/move my HDD to the new machine and then do an upgrade Not possible for two reasons. - The current Macbook Pros use PCIe flash storage, the drive from your 2008 model will not fit. - The operating system in your 2008 will not run on a new Macbook. So you are going to get stuck at a kernel panic page. What you should do: Start the ...


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You're five major system updates back from El Capitan, and Apple has made a lot of changes to code, file arrangements, database structures, network connectivity etc. in the meantime. Apple usually does a pretty good job of clearing away the old to make way for the new, but things do slip through. I recently killed a few prefs files from 2007 that Migration ...


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The formatting should last undefined amount of time, as there are many factors potentially involved, such as disk encryption or using slow external USB drives. Before cancelling the task, you should verify if there is no progress indicated by the app, for example by marking the position of progress bar with some other window or mouse cursor, and checking ...


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Have you wrote about the installation methods that you did on all drives? Have you using USB flash drive with recovery included inside as your installation drive?


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I would start with the Mac App Store option Veertu It's free at launch to run various linux OS and has a paid upgrade for ISO based install options. The benefits of this over other virtualization options are that it runs within the OS X sandbox which makes it less likely to cause crashes and it lets OS X control the battery/power management. Also, many ...



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