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You have ControlPersist enabled. My educated guess is that the following happens: You have connection to example.com Logout, but because ControlPersist is enabled, session is kept open for future connections. Something goes wrong with your network connection, and thus, persistent connection breaks. When you run ssh somedude@example.com again, it tries to ...


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It turns out, Windows 8.1 is not currently compatible with the latest Intel HD 5000 drivers! I probably should have mentioned that fact. I was able to fix the issue completely by installing the beta drivers for Windows 8.1, more information here: http://techau.com.au/intel-hd-5000-driver-issues-with-windows-8-1/. I then downloaded the drivers from here: ...


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The best option would be to get another Macbook - boot the old 11" Air into the data transfer mode by holding the T key: the computer is off, start it up while holding down the T key. Boot the 2nd airbook up and connect it to the original via Thunderbolt or FireWire cable It will show the original MacBook as a drive so you can copy the files from it More ...


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You need to install the Guest Additions to get a fully functioning display driver. After you do this, you'll be able to use Fullscreen and Seamless modes. To install Guest Additions, click on the Devices menu and select "Install Guest Additions". source


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Does this problem only occur when the train is moving? I would suggest that the rapid vibration of the train is causing the trackpad to be getting in a lot of "phantom" data. For example, your wrist may normally be out of range, but as the train bounces along it will momentarily be close enough for the trackpad to detect. I run Ubuntu on a MacBook Air - ...


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The feature in Mac OSX that you are asking for is called 'Network Locations': http://support.apple.com/kb/PH13788 http://support.apple.com/kb/PH13766 http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5289 http://www.cultofmac.com/242667/add-network-locations-and-switch-among-them-in-the-apple-menu-os-x-tips/ http://macs.about.com/od/networking/qt/networklocation.htm


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Open a terminal window and type "top" this will give you several stats including usage. From a graphical standpoint you can use iStat which will tell you this and a whole lot more, and may be worth the $16 if you also want to monitor things like temp, memory usage, network throughput, etc.


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Application ► Utilities ► Activity Monitor or Terminal ► top or ps The command top will generally show you the information given in the Activity Monitor ordered by the processes using the most resources (like CPU-Time). For more information on the top and ps commands prepend "man" eg; man top.


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Unless you have some sick soldering skills upgrading the CPU isn't even an option. The processors on most Apple Laptops are soldered to the logic board. What you buy is what you're more or less stuck with, providing you don't purchase a new logic board with an upgrade CPU. Hard Drive upgrades and RAM upgrades are the DIY'ables. I recommend at least ...


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I went through roughly the same issue with my 2010 MBP and VS2010. The only ways I was able to use VS2010 was by either BootCamp to dual boot Windows, or through a virtual machine. From my experience, there is no other way to develop with Visual Studio on a Mac. I prefered a virtual machine via VMWare, but that is strictly my opinion.


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look at section 14 http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5219?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US Thunderbolt-capable Macs that can support up to two connected Apple Thunderbolt Displays. MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012) and later4 MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) and later4 MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) MacBook Pro (15-inch and 17-inch, Early 2011) and ...


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I might can't help you with that kernel-patch, but I would recommend you to try PulseAudio. It should make your microphones work again and should solve/workaround your problem. PulseAudio is a sound system for POSIX OSes, meaning that it is a proxy for your sound applications. It allows you to do advanced operations on your sound data as it ...


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My MacBook Air mid 2012 with OS X 10.8.3 does have the External Audio-IN capability. It is just bit hidden and not well explained by Big Apple. As you can read it suggest to use the iPhone headset (with microphone. Digging in to that one finds out that it is the audio plug (hardware) that is special. One could be stubborn in wanting to use your ...



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