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I've fixed this problem awhile ago on a customer's machine, in that instance I believe it was an issue with the WebKit framework. I'm assuming you don't have access to an external bootable drive, (if you did, boot off it and test). Try booting to your Recovery HD and see if "Get Help Online" works. If it does we know the problem resides in your OS, I ...


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[This is copied & slightly expanded from my answer on Superuser.] localhost is normally defined in the /etc/hosts file, not in DNS (although your DNS has an emergency backup entry for it). Here's the normal contents of /etc/hosts in OS X (as of Mavericks): ## # Host Database # # localhost is used to configure the loopback interface # when the system is ...


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The answer is : ssh -b bind_address_of_wifi_ip ......


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Folks, be CAREFUL with domain level guest access. It opens your entire Windows network up to anyone who can access the network (Microsoft leaves this off for a reason). If you have to share the folder on your DC then your best bet is to make an account, (call it MacGuest or whatever you want). Assign it a password that doesn't expire and can't be changed ...


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It might be your WiFi hardware, but you can test it using following steps to manualy onnect: Manually connect to WiFi Turn On networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Find /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan Connect networksetup -setairportnetwork en0 WIFI_SSID_I_WANT_TO_JOIN WIFI_PASSWORD If above ...


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I'll answer and accept this question as I'm certain now that the problem is the interaction between modern Macs and my Cisco switch. I can kind of fix the problem by: Setting the Mac ethernet "hardware" tab to manual 1000T/full duplex Setting corresponding switch ports to 1000T/full duplex Turning off the switch green ethernet facility Making sure switch ...


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This is what I do in case of long downloads. The screen will go to sleep in time set (or when asked)- (5 minutes in my case) Disable the Put disk to sleep when possible, and set the slider to the right. Type this in Terminal to keep the connection active ping -i 60 google.es This will keep the connection alive. the 60 is seconds, you do not need more ...


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Control+Shift+Power …or… Control+Shift+Eject turns off the monitor without putting the computer in sleep mode.



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