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If you want to put your most-used files on the SSD and the less-frequently-used files on the HDD, you could make your own Fusion Drive. I'm paraphrasing the instructions here: Take a Time Machine backup of everything. THE FUSION DRIVE-MAKING PROCESS WILL WIPE BOTH DRIVES! Make a bootable OS X USB drive. If you can't, that's fine, but doing so will let ...


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It seems that the location can only be set when compiling macports from source (using the --prefix option). Rather than going down that route, I copied my old macports directory from the backup location to /opt, I then re-ran the current macports installer, which overwrites the "darwin 13" binaries and updates the database file. Following this I was able to ...


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I'm not sure whether that is a true fix or not - however, that file doesn't actually reside in /Library/Frameworks/ it is symlinked from /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NyxAudioAnalysis.framework to /Library/Frameworks/NyxAudioAnalysis.framework You would need to replace the original, not the symlink The simplest way to get there is… switch to ...


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I haven't used it yet, but apparently the new Photos app will continue the face detection or 'Faces' work they've had for some time in iPhoto and Aperture: http://www.cheatsheet.com/technology/how-apple-is-reinventing-iphoto-with-the-new-mac-photos-app.html/?a=viewall


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You'll need to create an image of the Boot Camp partition of the old SSD using Winclone and restore it to the new SSD.


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Update 3: There were a two reasons I wanted the output from diskutil and fdisk. First I wanted to check if rEFIt was installed on its own partition. It is not. This leaves either the EFI partition or the OS X partition. The normal (automatic) installation would be OS X, which is backed up with Time Machine. To be safe, you could backup the EFI partition. ...


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No - Migration Assistant always supports taking an older system and/or backup and migrating those Apps, Documents and Settings to a newer OS. You generally can't go the reverse direction so Yosemite to Mountain Lion wouldn't be a possible migration path.



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