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RoaringApps has an incredibly thorough chart of apps and the various OS versions (OS X, iOS, and Windows!) that they're compatible with. For reference, a green circle means an app works fine, a yellow circle means it works with some problems, a red circle means it doesn't work, a gray circle means there's conflicting data, and a blue circle means there's no ...


I tried almost everthing but nothing helped until I unplugged all the peripherals. It booted again with no problem, then I started to plug in one by one, in the end the mouse (not apple one) was the one bringing out the hardware conflict. I just replaced it and now everything is working smoothly. Cheers


I think your best bet is to buy a copy of Snow Leopard Server on eBay. Unlike regular Snow Leopard, you can run it in a virtual machine, so install VirtualBox. Parallels or VMWare Fusion and you should be able to install and run it.


With me (El-Capitan) the following works fine: defaults write com.apple.finder MaximumLabelLines 2; killall Finder On my oldie iBook-G3, Tiger-OS 10.4.11, it is: defaults write com.apple.finder FXMaximumLabelLines 2; killall Finder Here's a goodie for "Tigers" who'd like to have icon text to the RIGHT on their desktop, too: defaults write ...


The first thing you need to do is find the latest available version of scala. It helps to have recently updated your macports tree: sudo port selfupdate Once that is done, grep for scala-related ports: port list | grep scala At the time of this writing, here is sample output from that: $ port list | grep scala scala-migrations @1.0.1 ...


You usually can't install an "old" operating system on newer Macs. It usually doesn't provide necessary drivers for the newer hardware. The preinstalled OS X on your Mac probably was OS X 10.9.4 (13E28). Older OSs like Mountain Lion (10.8) or Lion (10.7) probably don't run on your MBP and certainly not Snow Leopard. The only legal option you (and your ...


The folders or paths excluded from the Time Machine backup are stored in /Library/Preferences/com.apple.TimeMachine.plist To include them again modify the file with an editor (TextEditor will not work) or sudo nano /Library/Preferences/com.apple.TimeMachine.plist and remove all entries in the SkipPaths array. In the example below you'd have to remove line ...

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