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You can set DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES=YES in the environment to have dyld print every dynamic library that it loads into the process: $ DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES=YES /usr/bin/true dyld: loaded: /usr/bin/true dyld: loaded: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib [ ... snip ... ] dyld: loaded: /usr/lib/libc++.1.dylib dyld: loaded: /usr/lib/libDiagnosticMessagesClient.dylib $


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One program that can show which dylib files have been used to execute a program is otool. otool -L /path/to/program


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John Wiegley's dirscan, in particular the cleanup.py example, is designed to deal with the issues identified with the approaches using find. dirscan provides a more general purpose solution in that you can set it up to scan/clean up different directories in different ways.


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use launchctl list to check the configured start up items. launchctl print-cache to see current running config which help to locate started process.


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You can always just use your Snow Leopard installation discs, in order to reinstall OS X. If you can get on a copy of OS X El Capitan though, it would be better to have it installed on that Mac via a bootable USB.


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Once all the updates have been installed and OS X 10.6.8 is installed the App Store suggest to upgrade to OS X 10.11.6. Therefore, it plays no role whether it is an OS X servers or a "normal" OS X. As soon as it is 10.6.8, it is eligible to upgrade.


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Unfortunately there are no recovery partition on your Snow Leopard harddrive. That option came with Lion. You state that you have the original Snow Leopard disk. Im thinking it should be a DVD that got delivered with the computer, its most likely needs to be this dvd, other dvds with snow leopard might not work. If you managed to correctly reassembly the ...


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This answer assumes you have access to another Mac and a way to connect your hard drive to it. Take out the drive of your Mac using this iFixit guide. Connect to the drive and boot into Recovery (CMD + R) on the other Mac. Then, follow these instructions from an Apple help article: Install from OS X Recovery To install OS X on an external drive ...


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This is not an answer but BT has nothing to do with it. I haven't had BT enabled since I got my MB in 2011. The click works some of the time and not at others. I keep my box clean and make sure all the edges of the track pad are clear. The mechanical movement is full range but the click comes and goes. All other pad functions are normal.


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With few exceptions, a Mac must run the OS X version that it shipped with as a minimum version. The minimum OS for your Mid-2014 MacBook Pro is at least 10.9.4, so you won't be able to run Snow Leopard on it.



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