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comment nslookup & dig fail; ping, traceroute, and scutil -r work
Sounds like your router is failing to resolve. Have you tried rebooting or reseting/updating?
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comment nslookup & dig fail; ping, traceroute, and scutil -r work
What do you get if you run dig www.att.com @10.0.1.1 ?
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comment TextEdit shows dialogs about not having permission to open any files
I have a ton of those lsboxd errors in my system.log too. I think they’re mostly harmless.
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comment TextEdit shows dialogs about not having permission to open any files
Maybe. Repairing user perms couldn’t hurt.
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comment nslookup & dig fail; ping, traceroute, and scutil -r work
What do you see if you run cat /etc/resolv.conf ?
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comment TextEdit shows dialogs about not having permission to open any files
V strange. Still, probably wouldn’t do any harm to try to repair the user permissions. Might be some extended attributes causing issues. What OS X version are you running? Also, are there any sandbox errors in your logs? Your home directory isn’t hosted on a network mount, is it?
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comment TextEdit shows dialogs about not having permission to open any files
Can you open terminal.app and tell us the output of ls -lt?
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comment How to resize Macintosh HD?
I think Disk Utility doesn’t allow resizing because Apple doesn’t want end users resizing partitions. The condition is not whether the “partition” is resizable, but rather the file system — it needs to be JHFS+. Fortunately that’s the default.
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comment How to resize Macintosh HD?
So you have a partition that is smaller than the size of the disk, and you have some unformatted/unpartitioned space left? How much space?