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asked Unix permissions error when working with symbolic link and MySQL installation
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answered Unix/Java process stops running when moved to background
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comment Unix/Java process stops running when moved to background
On the main thread, it does stall waiting for Q, but that's the only thing it waits for. (The rest of the program is not keyboard-driven, that's just an easy way to kill it if you're actively running the process.) Before querying stdin, it starts up a few background threads that should continue running, no?
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comment “Google Software Update would like to control this computer…” What?
Sounds like it is legitimate, based on a new comment on that issue: "The autoupdater used by Google Chrome is supposed to be invisible, however it does use the common updater system shared by other Google products, which may trigger this alert on 10.9 depending on the products installed. Note that Chromium (mentioned in the initial report) does not ship with the updater. I've also gotten confirmation that it's completely safe to Deny this dialog."
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