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Not opening is a function of being an executable that hasn't been blessed. In a terminal chmod ugo-x <media_file_name(s)> and then assuming the files are recognized and claimed by an app, they should open.


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Definitely use the transparent icon. Then, just move it. Out of sight, out of mind.


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To disable Automatic Termination in Mac OS X launch Terminal and enter the following defaults write command: defaults write -g NSDisableAutomaticTermination -bool yes Relaunch apps that use auto-termination for changes to take effect.


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MACs do not use "exactly" PXE; they use a similar environment called Boot Server Discovery Protocol (BSDP). The OS X Server includes a system tool called NetBoot. A NetBoot client uses BSDP to dynamically acquire resources that enable it to boot a suitable operating system. BSDP is crafted on top of DHCP using vendor-specific information to provide the ...


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If I understood you requirement correctly, you could build a USB image with iPXE and use it to enable PXE boot on the machine. http://ipxe.org/


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You can also creating a bridge to connect channels between the two teams using Sameroom.io Using this approach you'll only need to sign into one team and all messages posted in the connected channels will be copied across both teams.


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Not as a single location; the analogous files are in a number of different filesystem locations: The boot loader is /System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi on Intel Macs. If you have one of the old PowerPC Macs (and an old enough version of OS X), that'd use /System/Library/CoreServices/BootX. The kernel is /System/Library/Kernels/kernel in Yosemite (version ...


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Change your Mac hostname with the command sudo scutil –-set HostName HOSTNAME_YOU_WANT


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Simple steps step-1 go to the eclipse window--> preference-->java--> compiler (serach java) we can get the compilercompliance level as let say 1.7 step-2 chek the java version in the command prompt $ java -version get the below message java version "1.6.0_35" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.13.7) (6b35-1.13.7-1ubuntu0.12.04.2) OpenJDK Server ...


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Note that your PATH is build of several "paths" all separated by ":". If you want to go to your mysql/bin directory, try the following command: cd /usr/local/mysql/bin The MySQL application binary files should be located in its bin directories. When you run the command mysql in terminal, essentially you are launching the executable located in the bin ...


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check my HDD to smaller SSD migration guide at http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/48798/cloning-a-half-full-500-gb-drive-to-a-256-gb-ssd-drive/117403 There are simple steps and everything is done using standard Mac tools.


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I just got off the phone with Apple and after a ton of troubleshooting, I was able to solve this issue... but it is the WEIRDEST thing.... System Preferences > Displays > Scaled > Choose a smaller scale Try spotlight again and voila! It was finding all my apps perfectly. I put my screen back to default and it still works perfectly :)


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Assuming you haven't written data to it before, try formating the disk. When you format the hard drive, it should work for you.


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If I understand it right you want to understand how to make this more short and structured in Shell language. I would do something like this: set -A strings \ One \ Two \ Three \ Four # You should swap Three and Four so it's easy to fit the logic. counter=0 for i in \ "[ \"$NEARESTSERVER\" == 'SRV-MUMBAI.xaas.com' ]" \ "[ ...


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"Boot Camp" is a bit ambiguous, since it's really several tools and techniques wrapped in (or set up by) an Apple utility. What's more, some people refer to their installations as using "Boot Camp" even when they ditch most of the critical features of Apple's utility; in this context, the term is being used (confusingly for everybody involved) in a way ...


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Does anyone know how to stop this? I always turn on the "Show all filename extensions" in the Finder -> Preferences. Obviously you could turn it on, tweak the name of the file and then turn it back off if you didn't want to run with this setting all of the time.


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Home to go to the beginning of the line. End to go to the end of the line. Home and then Shift+End or vice versa to highlight the entire line. Additionally, Ctrl+←/→ will just move one word like you mentioned. Ctrl+Home/End will move to the beginning/end of the document.


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apt-get is Ubuntu's package manager. If you use a package manager from another distro, Bad Things May Happen™. I think you're mistaken in thinking that brew has more content than Ubuntu's repositories; you might need to read up on how to use it. If you're looking to add more content to the package manager, you may want to enable the Universe and Multiverse ...


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That didn't work for me. The way I did it was creating a soft link: MBP:bin awesome_nuts$ which java /usr/bin/java MBP:bin awesome_nuts$ sudo ln -s /Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/bin/java /usr/bin/java MBP:bin awesome_nuts$ java -version java version "1.8.0_51" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_51-b16) Java ...


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Alternatively, try using 7zip to pack (and unpack) your path-length sensitive files. I've used it to transport several IDE installations (those Eclipse plugin paths, yikes!) and piles of autogenerated documentation and haven't had a single problem so far. Not really sure how it evades the 260 char limitation set by Windows (from a technical PoV), but hey, ...


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You could use FolderSynchronizer which supports running an AppleScript after it executes. So have it run an AppleScript which runs it again after a short interval, thus watching the folder.


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Be sure that you've removed it completely. The current version of Covenant Eyes for Mac (2.8.3) leaves the following files: /usr/libexec/CvntDaemon /Library/LaunchAgents/com.Cvnt.start.plist /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.Cvnt.daemon.plist /private/var/db/receipts/com.Cvnt.CovenantEyes.bom /private/var/db/receipts/com.Cvnt.CovenantEyes.plist ...


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ssh does not support passing a password on the command line, it is interpreting the -pw as "Connect to port w". In order to do automated logins via ssh, use .ssh/authorized_keys: On the OSX terminal, create a key using ssh_keygen. If you accept the default filenames, your ssh client will automatically try this key when it connects. Copy the contents of ...


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What you're trying to do is impossible with the built-in SSH client in OS X. The OpenSSH client is incapable of accepting a password from the command line. The reason you're getting the "Bad port" error is because the -p flag is used to specify the port to connect to and the -pw flag does not exist. See the man page for more details. Additionally, it's ...


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http://www.askvg.com/how-to-remove-or-uninstall-3rd-party-transformation-packs-in-windows/ The above link explains how to uninstall 3rd party transformation packs under Windows.


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Those messages suggest a firmware- or hardware-level failure of the Broadcom 5701 Ethernet NIC in your MacBook Pro. Possibly the little bit of flash memory that stores the Ethernet chip's firmware got corrupted, and the driver for that interface is unable to deal with it. Sounds like time for a trip to the Genius Bar.


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I had the same problem. After months of memory pressure, I found the cure. If your mail-account (hosted exchange or imap) contains a lot of duplicates - in my case thousands - spotlight indexing causes havoc. I assume, it is trying to compare all duplicates, so it can show them as one message. If your iOS mail app shows different unread counts for the same ...


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Depends on your Linux: on my system $ time sl real 0m4.357s user 0m0.023s sys 0m0.018s $ uname -a Linux rasal 3.13.0-58-generic #97-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jul 8 02:56:15 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux EDIT: I presume the difference lies in the power of the processor, not on the quality of the OS: # lshw | grep i7 ...


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To me, it has worked since I had the WispR xml standard to my page. Without this, my portal was detected captive by Android, not by iOS...


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I tried to google this as well, since adding custom SSH Keys with OpenSSH is available in the Tools section in SourceTree(ST) for Windows. Although I was able to ssh -T successfully from terminal, ST for Mac was denying access. Finally, I thought of adding the keys to my agent again. Now, when I checked the list of identities added - there were none ...


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Today i had the same issue, I solved as reported here: link to macrumors The issue is: The certificate has a key length of 8192 bits, signature algorithm of SHA256RSA. Mac OS won't import CA certs with this lenght, so: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.security RSAMaxKeySize -int 8192 and after a reboot I was able to import it.


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Use any editor to create the file .octaverc in your home directory, In the editor just paste the text setenv ("GNUTERM", "X11") below is optional; changes the prompt to two chevron and gets rid of the long Octave x.x.x >> prompt PS1('❯❯ ') You will find yourself in your home directory by typing $ cd ~ The path can be shown by $pwd That is ...


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Outlook on Mac is implemented differently than on Windows. Outlook from Mac uses a single database which indexes smaller threads of data like contacts, and signatures stored in data records. If you have multiple accounts everything is stored within this one database. This differs from Windows where each account generates an individual .pst file. When you ...


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This is a Duct Tape way of doing it. It isn't fancy or automated in the sense of how I understand you want to do it, however in the interim before someone gives you an actual answer, you can do this: Click and Drag the Link to the Dock Drop the Link onto the Chrome Icon URL opens in Chrome. If you were to click it instead, it would open in default ...


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As far as I know, Slack for OSX does not support customization of fonts or colors in the message area. You may make the font larger or smaller via the standard <Cmd>+ and <Cmd>- keystrokes. You may, however, customize the sidebar portion of Slack, on a per-team basis. From the Zendesk help page: Choosing a new theme 1. Open the Slack team ...


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Using Finder, locate a .kmz file on your system. Ctrl-click on the file and select Get Info from the context menu. Locate the section in the Info panel that appears titled: Open with: Select the application you would like to handle files with that extension (.kmz in this case). If you don't see your application listed, there is an Other... choice at ...


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This only applies to OSX 10.11 - El Capitan - Public Beta 1 In the latest 10.11 beta, 127.0.0.1 is blocked. The solution? Use 127.0.0.2. To do this: First add 127.0.0.2 to the loopback alias sudo ifconfig lo0 alias 127.0.0.2 up Modify your pf rule to use the the new alias. rdr pass proto tcp from any to any port 80 -> 127.0.0.2 port 8080 For ...


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Solved for no reason, maybe the config file was reloaded when my mac went to sleep. Thank you.


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I was having the same problem. I think I found the answer in the release notes. From the El Capitan Beta 4 release notes: When negotiating a TLS/SSL connection with Diffie-Hellman key exchange, OS X El Capitan requires a 1024-bit group or larger. OS X El Capitan will not connect to a server that allows negotiation with a 512-bit or smaller group. These ...


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So, does the "pause" feature really work? No, it does not work in Google Chrome. (Well the pause button works but it looks as though the internal of Google Chrome never stop downloading the file when you click on the Pause button. The button seems to do nothing at all. This can be seen when the internet connection is lost. This breaks the Google Chrome ...


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As of the current version, I've figured it out. I'm using the Orion theme, which prevents it from being taken past the left side of the screen. Go to your settings, turn it off, and it'll revert to system titlebars and it'll work.


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Problem goes away with the update to Photoshop CC 2015.


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Originally the answer by Martin Steven worked for me. This was when I used OSX 10.9. After upgrading to OSX Yosemite (10.10) it stopped working. I found another, essentially the same, solution documented here http://sleepycow.org/2014/07/removing-the-caps-lock-delay-on-a-macbook/ It uses updated version of the apps (with different names) that work with ...


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Solved my issue The reason for the inverting of my files and directories is due to the ls -color. Tested and it was due to the r in ls -color, so it was using -r of ls reversing the order. I don't know where I first started using ls -color, maybe in one of my other dot files from my Linux computer, but that was the problem in the end, so I ended up just ...


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Try the Google Hangouts Extension for Chrome. It supports desktop notifications.


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First identify your shell, as noted in another answer this is simply done via the ps command ... $ ps PID TTY TIME CMD 3360 pts/2 00:00:00 bash 3702 pts/2 00:00:00 ps To be sure which files are being read you will need to investigate the system which you are logging into. 'bash' shell has many 'if this' then 'do that' otherwise 'do ...


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Solution 1: One way is to use find with xargs: find /dir -type f -print0 | xargs -0 sed -i 's#http://domain.com#https://www.domain.com#g' Solution 2: Another one would be to use find with -exec, very similar as in your question: find /dir -type f -exec sed -i 's#http://domain.com#https://www.domain.com#g' {} + Both solutions will call sed with mutiple ...


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/etc/passwd last field of /etc/passwd will tell you your loggin shell. ps running ps will tell you also (and level of shell) PID TTY TIME CMD 5802 pts/0 00:00:00 bash 6292 pts/0 00:00:00 ps


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As literally no one answered me, I tried to figure it out myself. It works like that: Step 1: Make sure the folder to be relinked is empty of all content, except possibly for DS_Store files and other hidden files. This can be easily verified in the Finder. Step 2: Make a backup! This is crucial, since if you mess up there isn't an undo button you can use. ...


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You need to remove the Apple maintained Java 1.6 install and re-install the Oracle 1.8 JDK. Uninstall can be performed by following http://superuser.com/a/712783/161924 or by simply: sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk Then reinstall JDK 1.8 from ...



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