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No, you don't have to be concerned. Open up Activity Monitor, select All Processes from the menu at the top and look for something like "WirelessRadioManagerd". If you see that, there's the source of the logs. Regarding the log's contents: they are debug (trace level, as the log suggest) logs for some of the Handoff functionality. The WirelessRadioManagerd ...
# is used by the shell to indicate a comment. So if you type cd #ui everything after the # is ignored and you basically just execute cd. To change into the directory, use one of cd ./#ui cd \#ui instead. The same applies if you want to remove it.
As the answer of JMY1000, you can use appleid.apple.com to reset your question. Just click "Change Questions...", it will ask you for your answer, choose "Reset your security questions" and it will send an email with a link to your email address. Follow the link and reset your questions.
appleid.apple.com has all the tools you need to manage your Apple ID, including changing security questions. Go there and log on. You will be presented with a screen that has a your Apple ID info on it. Select "Change Questions..." You will then be prompted with the answers to your current questions. Enter them. You should now be able to change your ...
It is not possible to do this with Apples MGM tools.
Will he be able to read all of my text messages? Yes. If he has an iPad, Mac, or iPhone hooked up to the same iCloud account as you use on your iPhone, then all of the texts you receive will notify him too, and he can see your sent texts and send some of his own too. He can also (if he's crafty) restore a new iPhone from an iCloud backup of your iPhone and ...
UnArchiver did the trick. Install UnArchiver, open UnArchiver; while it is open - double click on that pesky MAMP_MAMP_3.5.pkg Follow the steps to install MAMP.
You could strip the quarantine from the app: xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine /path/to/xyz.app You may want/need to use sudo for that command, depending on permissions. Then Gatekeeper isn't involved, at all. Of course, that also means that the signature isn't verified, which removes an important safety feature.
Create and add a Gatekeeper label to the app. (‘Approved’ is an arbitrary string.) spctl --add --label "Approved" /path/to/xyz.app Approve all apps with the label. spctl --enable --label "Approved" This only needs to be done once and adding the same named label to apps in the future automatically enables their access. Open the app as usual. open xyz....
Apps which are in the foreground are granted access to the keyboard automatically. Apps which are run by your user account but are not in the foreground require accessibility access to access the keyboard. The list of applications granted access to this is available in System Preferences → Security & Privacy → Accessibility. Here you can add and remove ...
You should be able to get back the regular "the address couldn't be found" text page after removing level3.com from the smart search function or completely disabling this feature: Open Safari > Preferences > Search Click Manage Websites… Either remove level3.com or all websites listed Or disable Enable Quick Website Search completely Restart Safari
Investigate whatever your ISP provides to turn off NXDOMAIN redirects. This has nothing to do with your computer.
It depends on your OS. Yosemite Use Disk Utility to reset System permissions. Reset Home folder permissions & ACLs using OnyX - Maintenance tab/permissions, tick the box at the top then Execute. For belt & braces, apply [or-reapply if already up to date] 10.10.5 using the 10.10.5 combo update, not the delta from App Store El Capitan Reset ...
For system installed packages you can run the following command in Terminal.app to find permissions that differ from the default: sudo /usr/libexec/repair_packages --verify --standard-pkgs / If you want to just apply those permissions to your system as a whole, run the following command: sudo /usr/libexec/repair_packages --repair --verify --...
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