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Try switching back to your internal speakers with [alt]-clicking on the speaker icon in menubar. Many interfaces don't support volume adjustment and thus the control becomes greyed out.
answered Feb 26 '14 by h3nk
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You called the Xcode gcc which is gcc 4.2 iirc. To use your Homebrew gcc just run gcc-49 and to compile with OpenMP support append -fopenmp. Example with g++ for C++11: g++-4.9 -fopenmp -std=c++11 o …
answered Feb 13 '14 by h3nk
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You can share your iTunes library and then access it from your iOS device, after connecting it to your library. To do so, check your settings in iTunes according to this: On your iOS-device under Pr …
answered Jan 27 '14 by h3nk
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Try OsiriX: http://www.osirix-viewer.com The viewer is free and I used it myself to inspect x ray images.
answered Feb 21 '14 by h3nk
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Since you can't make any assumptions about how Flash for Mac or either Flash for Linux are implemented or how they utilize efficient APIs of their host OS you can't make any statements about why perfo …
answered Jan 27 '14 by h3nk
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I just checked out the source code. The code is not not suitable for Mac OS. configure: error: i386-apple-darwin13.0.0 is not supported (yet). Sorry.
answered Feb 18 '14 by h3nk
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There is no direct control of this for an individual screen in Mac OS as you also can't go the other way round and turn off the laptop-display to only use the external one without closing the lid and …
answered Jan 27 '14 by h3nk
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I would have written this as a comment if my user status would allow me to. This is an addition to what james_fuller already explained: You can connect to your VM to your host's NIC. It's like your h …
answered Jan 27 '14 by h3nk