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It might be easier to change the user permissions so they can't delete records that the scripts use. Then you can remove the full access from those scripts. Hard to tell without looking over your shoulder or seeing something like a DDR for the database in question.
That's a wonderful little deadlock situation the Appleneers apparently did not think of. Here's how I solved it for an external USB drive: Install Paragon HFS+ (from http://www.paragon-drivers.com/hfs-windows/ - the trial version suffices) on a Windoze and reboot it. Attach the drive and open it in the Explorer. Delete some dispensable files to gain some ...
I solved the issue by installing El Capitan on the USB (via another Mac) and booting from there (a full install, not just a boot disk). The El Capitan booted from the USB did see the SSD, so I could install El Capitan from the USB onto the SSD. The core issue was that Apple seems to have added third party SSD support after 10.6, so installing 10.6 was ...
I've a similar problem with finding the host server. We have 21 iMacs running from the Server (El Capitan, recently upgraded) and only one won't bind. The fix is usually pretty simple through Users and Groups in SysPref. Deleting the host server and re-binding, finding the available server in the dropdown option, but for some unknown reason the server is ...
Alt + up/down arrows: pgup/pgdown Spacebar and shift + spacebar: : pgup/pgdown Command + up/down arrows: home/end
I have the same problem, just so you'll know you're not alone. The only solution I found was to invoke pyCharm from the command line, although it then comes up some functionality lacking.
shut down the Mac. Restart holding down the trackpad.... worked for me.
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