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I am a bioinformatician developing on the Mac and implementing on Linux. I have all of the following technologies that you mention running on Yosemite: Java, MySQL, Apache, PHP; I do not use LaTeX or Homebrew so cannot comment on them. In addition I run Tomcat, Perl CGI, Perl CGI with MySQL drivers, GD graphics for Perl, PHP with MySQL, Eclipse and Python. ...


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Having looked at the iMac (Early 2001) - Technical Specifications and comparing them with the information found on Wikipedia for Ultra ATA/Parallel ATA I do not see any technical limitation on why it should not work. What you need to be aware of, however, is that in case the bus speed is lower than the ATA/133 (e.g. ATA/66 or ATA/100), the hard drive would ...


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It really depends on which browser you are using... I would recommend not using Safari on 10.6.8, since it is unsupported by Apple at this point, and the older versions of Safari have known compatibility / security issues. The best way to "upgrade" would just be to install a third party browser (Chrome or FireFox, which I linked to below) and those issues ...


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Try killall -KILL Finder in Terminal. Usually clears up graphical glitches. Try resetting Finder preferences. Run these commands in Terminal: rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist killall -KILL Finder Note that you will have to redo any Finder preferences you had set. If that doesn't work, follow these steps to reset the Icon Services cache: ...


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Your Mac mini is probably a Apple Mac mini "Core i7" 2.3 (Late 2012) Macmini6,2. It was originally delivered with Mac OS X 10.8.1. Neither 10.5 nor 10.6 contain the necessary drivers to support your hardware (especially USB3.0). Consider installing Mac OS X Server 10.6.8 in an virtual machine using Parallels, VMware Fusion (both non-free) or VirtualBox ...


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Qmaster is the Apple Qmaster. Apple Qmaster is a system made by Apple Inc. that provides automated work distribution and processing for high-volume projects.... It is a 32 bit version and the 10.10 does not like it. I use AppCleaner app to remove apps from my system since it will also find all associated parts of that app.



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