Well, basically I recovered from my NAS's version history, although that take a long time (and failed several times). Then I started creating snapshots regularly, and I can revert to a previous state whenever I messed up.
Another thing to note: before rebuilding the catalogs, first run a regular fsck. Usually if I do that I would end up with a successful ...
The steps you list are for OS older than 10.13. Follow the Apple reset password steps for good results.
How do I recover the administrator or root password on OS X?
Also, I would consider fixing the actual problem. macOS will not let you delete the admin account. You have to have a broken system or run some scripts ...
You can do this via System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General, see How to set a lock message on the login window of your Mac for details.
Via Command Line
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow LoginwindowText "The Custom Message here.
The message can be multi-line as well and will work fine"
As a policy ...
I encountered this problem the last two days on Catalina on my iMac. I tried some suggested methods, but lacked an Apple keyboard, and didn't restart or use SSH.
What eventually worked for me, I didn't find elsewhere:
Control Command q
Hitting Esc makes the screen go black, which I guess cancels the screensaver.
How to Use the Command Line Interface (CLI) to Install a BIOS Booting Windows 10
Part 1: Build the Installation Flash Drive
Note: The version of macOS is High Sierra 10.13.6.
Use the Disk Utility application to erase a 16 GB or larger flash drive. Choose the parameters shown in the image below.
Download latest 64 bit Windows 10 from Microsoft. In my ...
TL;DR: if your static route doesn't work, but you have Wifi+Ethernet on your Mac, and 2 Ethernet ports on your NAS, you can configure one port on the NAS and the Ethernet port of your Mac to be on a different subnet than your wifi/router one (192.168.100.x vs 192.168.0.x: it doesn't really matter as long as they're different). The second port of your NAS can ...
I had this issue after changing the colour profile of my Macbook and external display from Native to sRGB. Moving back to native or another wider colour gammut profile seemed to resolve the issue for me. Glad I found this as it was really bugging me for weeks.
If I'm correct, this is the same bug I had with APFS, because APFS creates a container and then fills it with virtual partitions (volumes).
I'm not sure this is the good way to do the trick but I created partitions formated as exfat for example and then format the partitions to the file system you want ?
Starting off, it’s important to know that any Thunderbolt dock that you get will be obsolete by about five years (at the time of this writing).
You need a Thunderbolt 1 or Thunderbolt 2 dock. They will support your requirements of plugging in your peripheral devices; hard drives, keyboards, mice, etc. You may need an adapter for your MIDI interface, but ...
I have exactly the same issue than you:
First, I noticed that the entire system was being slower an slower after every upgrade. It could be because of the new improvements or the patched Meltdown and Spectre.
But, then I did my own research:
I installed GNU/Linux, and saw the same improvements as you: more responsive system, faster compilation. But, okay,...
You could try using gdisk to change the second partition to type AF0A. Note: klanomath's answer lacks the gpt remove ... command due to the nature of the question you have referenced. The type AF0A exists in versions 1.0.4 and 1.0.5 of gdisk. If you have an older version, then you have to enter the type given below.
/sbin/mount -uw /System/Volumes/Data
Boot #macOS in single user mode.
/sbin/mount -uw /System/Volumes/Data
#SCROLL DOWN Add user
[userName ] ALL = (ALL) ALL
#exit vim and force overwrite
Boot standard account regularly.
sudo dscl . -...
You can run the following command from terminal to get your user account pictures. This would be an easy way.
dscl . -read /Users/Yourusername JPEGPhoto | tail -1 | xxd -r -p > accountImage.jpg
Just you will get a 256x256 pixel version of your account picture
If you have SSH enabled on your Mac and access to another computer on the same network you can start a terminal session and kill the screensaver. For example, I would open a terminal on my Linux PC and SSH into the Mac then run the following command:
NOTE: This will not unlock the session if the screen is also locked. It will ...
This helped me:
repair (internal, disk0 - in your case)
diskutil repairdisk disk0
resize (synthesized, disk1 - in your case with HS)
diskutil apfs resizeContainer disk1 0
After repairdisk resizeContainer works with no errors.
I found this answer on Stack Overflow helpful. If I launch App Store.app and it doesn't list Xcode under my available Updates, instead I search for Xcode, I click on the search result, and it shows a large, blue Update button in the upper-right corner to click.
In this screenshot, the Update button has been replaced by the circular progress indicator (I'm ...
I tried moving Ethernet on top of service order stack and removing its IPV4 Gateway, but my Mac still keeps connecting to the NAS via WiFi even though Ethernet comes first.
Service order priority is great for different networks (i.e. home and work via VPN or work network and lab network). If you're multi-homing to the same network (WiFi and Ethernet both ...
I believe the issue is surrounding the color profile utilized by OS X. I (for example) use Flux and right now I have 2 LG Ultrafine 22" plugged in and I was getting this white bar. I ordered new cables, I reversed them I went thru a few trials and errors. It kept coming back!
I then turned to the color profile.
System Preferences -> Displays -> Color
Brightness Menulet App mentioned above is a great option. You can find built releases of the app in forks:
fork by florianbeck has an option to follow the main screen
fork by Kalvin126 has an option «Auto Brightness», which looks very promising, but didn't work for me.
So you don't really have to build it by yourself. You can check other forks and try to ...
I had this problem on Mojave and it seems nothing solves the combination of APFS and automatic mounting of volumes.
However, if you have an encrypted volume, it is possible to disable the prompting for the volume password which keeps the volume from being mounted.
The part that does the prompting for the password is the file bundle:
So I’m not sure if anyone still is interested in this, but if you lightly slide down over the messages with two fingers it will let you select multiple conversations do be deleted! Discovered this by accident by dropping my phone and it selected them when I caught it, so after a couple minutes trying to recreate the drop I found it! I know it’s a couple ...