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We have a late 2009 Mac Mini. I bumped memory up from 2G to 8G and it seems to have fixed the problem. Of course it cost $90. Ordered memory at Crucial.com and used this very clear video to do installation (requires some care and some technical aptitude, but not professional skill): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KaHNLR6Aac


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A bit of a late answer, but this issue is now fixed in Yosemite 10.10.2 - full 3440x1400 (on a macbook air you have to close the lid of your laptop, but it works without hacks!)


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I think that based on the HDMI ports you can in fact use a Mac mini to your advantage.


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I formatted the Mac Mini and reinstalled OSX 10.10, as deleting all files for OSX Server simply just doesn't work. I followed the following tutorial : Mac OSX Apache Setup with PHP Note: To make your Mac Mini a web server, don't install OSX Server at all, it's mostly designed for company workspace to setup calenders, VPN, email servers etc.


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If you have access to other Mac, you can boot yours in target mode. Attach it to the other system. It should show up as an external drive on the other system. From there, you can either fix the permission, or reload your operating system. If you don't have access to another computer, you may want to ask around for a USB drive that has a system installed. ...


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Starting with OS X Server version 4.0 it seems like Apple doesn't want us to use the built-in PostgreSQL: The Postgres database used by OS X Server is only intended for use with service data used by the system. Avoid adding custom content to this database. If you’d like to run Postgres on your OS X Server, you should download and install your own instance. ...


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Just downloading Display menu from App Store (free) and choosing highest resolution worked for me on Yosemite. Now running headless with great remote screen resolution. No other actions required.


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Problem solved after disabling the screensaver and changing the energy saving options on the Mac Mini server.


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I had the same problem with my new Eaton 3S 550 UPS. I gave installing 10.10.2 beta a try (build 14C99d) and now it works! So hopefully the functionality should be back for other UPS models as well once 10.10.2 is released.


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Yes, it does for me: "fn" "delete" does a backward delete.


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I have a 16-port rackmount KVM from Avocent (http://www.emersonnetworkpower.com/en-US/Products/KVM/LCD-Console-Trays/Pages/AvocentLCDConsoleTraywithKVM.aspx) that I use with two MacMini's, linux, and windows (and previously a 2009 Xserve). It works fine with the MacMini's using the VGA to Mini-DVI, and the USBIAC KVM cable. Unsure about cascading though, ...


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Looks like it's available with MacPorts - https://trac.macports.org/browser/trunk/dports/fuse/mhddfs/Portfile


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http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/gxm/dh2go/digital_me/ Something like this should work. Seeing how thunderbolt can support display port connections this would allow you to use multiple monitors while only using one port.


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further to Funball's comment... you need the UUID of the logical volume group and not the logical volume and then you should see something like Role: Logical Volume Group (LVG) UUID: 58E64811-56C5-4EBC-BE0B-5AF217AA2ABE LVG Name: Fusion LVG Version: 1 LVG Size: ...


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A couple of options for you... You could use an Apple TV connected to your monitor and connect to your Mini using AirPlay - since 10.9 you're no longer restricted to using AirPlay to just mirror your main display, you can use an AirPlay-connected display as a secondary display. Otherwise you're looking at a hard-wired display setup. Hard-wiring may be ...


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The culprit was indeed systemstatsd. The way I understand it, that process both produces a number of system stats, dumps them into a file which it later analyzes. For some reason, that file never got reset, resulting in a giant stats file that took serious resources to analyze. What I did was stop the analysis daemons, sudo launchctl stop ...



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