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Creator of Ceelo Party, Multiplayer Minigames on iOS

Creator of iMan iOS App, Thousands of man pages at your fingertips


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comment I want a twitter feed to alert my iPhone
Looks good but is broken in 5.0
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asked I want a twitter feed to alert my iPhone
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comment Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
Hi Todd thanks for the idea. I did try this, and sometimes it works, but sometimes it doesn't. It definitely doesn't harm any data. The way it doesn't work though is that it will try to shrink for a while, then just give up and say unable to do so.
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accepted Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
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comment Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
I did a check of the FS and there are no issues, I've had similar things happen in the past. I got disk util to see 14GB free now but Boot Camp Assistant still doesn't have 10GB available. It's issues with how partitioning seems to work in OSX I guess where you need contiguous free space at the end of a disk
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comment Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
Because it's not officially supported by the OS and could easily ruin your SSD or decrease performance significantly
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comment Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
Yes certainly have, and Finder sees all that space
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comment Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
Nope and that is an extremely bad idea IMO
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asked Finder says I have 20GB free. Why does Bootcamp say I don't have 10GB free?
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accepted Possible to disable internal SSD on Macbook Air?
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comment Possible to disable internal SSD on Macbook Air?
That's right, it's the RAM that's soldered. Good thinking