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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.


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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/


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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 ...


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As it turns out I had a purchased copy of Xcode for Snow Leopard. Installing that fixed it.


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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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