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boot.efi–the thing we're taling about here–is installation specific and is loaded after the hardware boot to handoff to the operating system. You should be fine having two separate installations.
This how-to illustrates how to start up the built in ldap server shipped with OS X. Installing another one from homebrew seems like a waste of time and will most likely break anything else in OS X depending on its configuration. http://krypted.com/mac-security/starting-openldap-on-mac-os-x-client/
I realize this is an old thread but I was currently struggling with the same issue, in Filemaker Pro Advanced. It turned out that if I put the shortcut in the "All Applications" section in System Preferences, instead of the Filemaker Pro Advanced section, it worked!! This only applies to nested menu items. Non-nested works as they should (ie in the FM Pro ...
As it turns out I had a purchased copy of Xcode for Snow Leopard. Installing that fixed it.
Macbook Pro with Apple Mouse and battery was at 82%. The mouse would move but neither the left or right buttons worked. It turned out to be simply a dirty connection on one of the batteries. Removed the batteries, scraped the connection on the mouse, re-inserted the batteries and success!
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