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In Disk Utility, there is a column on the left with the HDD(s) and their partitions. You might be looking at the "Macintosh HD" one, instead of the name-of-HDD one (where there is the Partition tab). In order to see what is taking up all the space, I suggest you two apps: CleanMyMac 2 and DaisyDisk. The former will let you clean the system from everything ...
I was just wondering this same wonder. With the help of this thread I remembered I already had an "app mixer" and tried that, it works great. "Audio Hijack Pro" –I initially got it to boost the volume on a laptop but since then I have used it for many projects. It's great for ripping audio from the source (pre speaker) and AS OF TODAY I use it to turn down ...
That would depend entirely on the VPN client being utilized. Typically, the mouse pointer's graphical position is only updated when a "click" event is sent by the client, because graphical updates in most VNC clients are not being "live streamed." There are other remote desktop clients that will allow you the functionality of "streaming" graphical updates ...
Open a finder window and size it how you want it. Then go to View->Show View Options and click "Use as defaults". When you open a new Finder window, it will have that look-n-feel.
I've found a way better solution to this problem. You'll still need around 30 gig of free space for this. I'm not sure if this cures from all instances of that error, but it definitely helped me. Get Apple's Recovery Disk Assistant Make a recovery USB drive Boot from USB drive, select disk utility. For me it did not work if I booted from on-drive recovery ...
On Mavericks its simple. As a regular user: ulimit -n 1024 You can check the updated settings via ulimit -a On my machine: ulimit -a -t: cpu time (seconds) unlimited -f: file size (blocks) unlimited -d: data seg size (kbytes) unlimited -s: stack size (kbytes) 8192 -c: core file size (blocks) 0 -v: ...
Another way to set the finder to default "find by name" (validated on Mac OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion): Here's a step by step: Open System Preferences Click on "Keyboard" Click on "Keyboard Shortcuts" Click on "Application Shortcuts" (on my system this was the last item located on the left-hand side window) Click the little "+" right below the right-hand ...
Just type Q to get back to the command line, from the help module.
As an addition to @Milon's answer, please check the below blog post that I have posted on my blog. It shows all the steps to be done to restore mac book pro to factory settings. http://wp.me/p2AZUy-aW Hope that helps!
i finally found a solution to my and dan's problem: dns servers can be cleanly managed on a per-domain basis using the built in resolve functionality. just provide file(s) /etc/resolver/domain.com to specify valid nameservers for that domain using the terminal. http://blog.scottlowe.org/2013/08/14/using-your-home-dns-servers-with-corporate-vpns/
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