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The pmset terminal command should do what you want. The following will put the computer to sleep at 23:45:00 on December 2, 2014. The command must be run from an administrator account though: sudo pmset schedule sleep "12/02/14 23:45:00" (Edit: As far as I know, the MM/DD/YY date format cannot be changed; so, if you are used to a different format, use ...
By default there is no way of doing that with the options you have in the system preferences. But, you could do it from command line with a simple command: sleep 10; osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to sleep' sleep 10 pause the execution of the following command for 10 seconds. If you want minutes or hours you must change 10 with number ...
The caffeinate command line utility (built in, at least in Mavericks and Yosemite) does just this. "man caffeinate" for more
Not 100% sure, but It looks like the latest stable release (39.0.2171.71, released 11/25), may have fixed this.
I've had issues reconnecting my bluetooth keyboard & trackpad since upgrading to Yosimite. First try this: Open Terminal & run 2 commands: sudo kextunload -b com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport sudo kextload -b com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport I only had to run above once. If later bluetooth ...
A guess See whether the problem is reproducible with compressed memory disabled. If that's not a workaround, please vote down this answer and leave a comment. Related vm_compressor_mode (vm.compressor_mode) values for enabled compressed memory in OS X – there's a link to an answer about disabling compressed memory.
on your iPhone, go to: settings > general > accessibility > assistive touch turn it on, it will then put a touchable dot overlay on your screen (even at the lock screen) which will open a popup, allowing you to select "lock screen".
You can hold down the power button for 10 seconds, wait a couple seconds, then press the power button again and it should boot. However, if the computer battery is still dead, it may take a few minutes before the battery will charge up enough before the computer will boot. So, once the battery has had enough time to charge up from dead (~5-10%) it should ...
Normally a Mac will wake to do some housekeeping, including checking email. However, its not a 'full wake' in that the screen does not come on, external drives don't mount etc. My iMac does this every hour, but the screen does not come on.
I think this may be your Bonjour Sleep Proxy waking up your Mac to see if it's alive. Take two of these and call me in the morning: http://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT201960 And also check this: http://ispire.me/fix-yosemite-rtc-alarm-wakeup-issue/
Maury is probably correct that BSP is waking your Mac while it is sleeping... This log line indicates that you do appear to be connected to an Apple TimeCapsule Airport wifi network: 12/12/2014 04:20:59.662 airportd: _doAutoJoin: Already associated to “Airport - TC1TB (5 GHz)”. Bailing on auto-join. This line suggests that your Mac may be waking ...
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