925 reputation
411
bio website chris.yereaztian.ch
location Basel, Switzerland
age 29
visits member for 3 years
seen yesterday

Hi, I'm Chris a Computer Science engineer, Sysadmin and post-graduate student. In my spare time I like to play with Java, Python, Android, iOS, MacOSX and Debian GNU/Linux ;)


Dec
11
awarded  Yearling
Nov
28
answered Upgrading from OS X 10.8.5 to Yosemite: Potential challenges
Nov
28
comment Pulled too hard when opening iPhone. Did this kill my iPhone 5 screen?
@Justin I guess the ribbon cable is fused to the lcd screen and cannot be replaced separately. You will probably gonna need a new lcd screen (only available with the digitizer).
Nov
25
answered Pulled too hard when opening iPhone. Did this kill my iPhone 5 screen?
Oct
4
comment Incoming call on 2nd iPhone without SIM Card
Indeed it is, just as @JashJacob said, iOS 8/OSX Yosemite Continuity feature makes it possible. For more information see apple.com/ios/whats-new/continuity
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
6
revised Retina Macbook Pro 13" makes clicking noise once a second
typo
Sep
5
answered Retina Macbook Pro 13" makes clicking noise once a second
Jul
17
revised Disable AirPlay on a Mac
deleted 78 characters in body
Jul
17
answered Disable AirPlay on a Mac
Jul
14
answered 2011 13inch MBP - Can I use 2 external displays - one with MINI DVI and one with Thunderbolt?
Jun
26
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
23
answered If one forgets their iPhone Lockscreen password, how would they go about getting it back?
Jun
16
comment Unable to Resize Partitions
If the output looks similar then you should be fine. Revertible should be Yes, in case the drive is not encrypted using FileVault2 (so it's expected unless you enabled FileVault from the Security Tab in the system preferences). To make space for another partition (outside of the logical group) you will probably have to resize the whole Volume Group and therefore both partitions. It won't do it automatically. Use the "resizeStack" command which will resize both. The long alphanumeric identifier next to "Logical Volume Group", "Logical Volume" is the UUID you need for resize commands.
Jun
11
revised Unable to Resize Partitions
verified that Disk Utility doesn't support resizing of logical Volumes - Removed the hedging and confirmed my suspicion
Jun
10
comment Unable to Resize Partitions
I agree with you. However Resizing in Disk Utility only works on physical volumes and not logical volumes in a volume group. Non-destructive resizing always requires that enough free space is available.
Jun
10
answered How to understand if a customer mac is retina display?
Jun
10
answered Unable to Resize Partitions
Mar
19
comment Stop Mavericks from relaunching applications
the checkbox in login-items will only hide the application (it won't prevent it from starting). To remove/prevent a specific login item in User Accounts from starting mark the item and press "-"