We're evaluating this software for a 2 x 2 video wall instillation. I have installed the server software on a brand new mac-min with the latests Mavericks OS. Video playback (1080p h264) is choppy and disappointing. The exact same video file plays fullscreen in Quicktime is flawlessly.
Is this a known issue. Is there a solution/fix?
I'd also like to add to the chorus of requests for auto-startup / auto-play. Will test with the AppleScripts posted in another topic for now buy would like to see this added to the application.
Hi - I did a CS3 'repair / re-install' prior to posting the cry for help - but the end product of that exercise didn't remove the problem with immediate effect - something I thought it may do. But, as you say, now its working again, I can get on with my work - was working to catch up on lost time until 4am this morning - UK time.
"Somehow it's working now" doesn't fill me with a whole lot of confidence. I would like to recommend that you get something more powerful than Disk Utility. It's not a bad utility but there are utilities far more capable of dealing with problems Disk Utility won't touch or even notice. I've had excellent luck with DiskWarrior.
Now that I look at the list I notice 2 strange things: 1)Safari Web content is listed twice (the other time is not using much memory) 2)The list is much shorter (previously I couldn't make a screen shot on 21.5 inch screen, the list was so very long
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT SUDDENLY IT REPAIRED ITSELF? There is one small suspicion I have about one software which I need to check out.
YEP, indeed my haunch was right - the Norton Antivirus subscription has expired so that's maybe why there is an improvement. I am not sure though. It happened in the past that for a few days it worked ok then suddenly it was crashing.
How safe is it to run a Mac without any antivirus software? (maybe it is for another topic)
From the Finder, choose Go to Folder... from the Go menu. Type /tmp and hit return. That will take you to the Mac OS X temporary folder. ArrayShaker files will be stored inside one of the folders with a name that appears to be a random letters and numbers, in a folder called "ArrayShaker"
If you run ArrayShaker and it clears out the temp folder, Mac OS X may not report the space savings right away. You might have to restart yet again to see it.
I am trying to run my Imacon scanner with my PowerMac G5 and a 2nd Wave Firewire to SCSI adapter, as it seems impossible to find a SCSI card for the G5. Does anybody out there in cyberspace know something about how to get a driver for the adapter? The one I hhave on a CD seems to be too old for the job.
It is not clear to me what you are running the shell from if the computer is not booting from the hard drive. If you are running from installer media it would be most common to run the DiskUtility application to effect repairs and/or erase/reformt the hard drive for reuse.
If you are trying to effect repairs on the hard drive from another installed system, you are going to run into ownership issues. I am not sure if prefacing your commands with sudo would by pass those problems or not.
The "man diskutil" command will provided detailed information on the commands usage. More details on "Input/output" error can perhaps be found in the system logs, but often input/output errors are an indication of disk failure.
I still run Leopard on a G5 and am not familiar with the hard drive formats on intel systems. It would be my guess however that your MacBook Pro hard drive is the one listed with the GUID_partition_scheme and what you are trying to work on is its second partition (disk15s2).
If that is the case then I believe the proper commands would be:
Remote Activator is a utility to activate ArraySync server without an internet connection. This is useful for people installing ArraySync at trade shows or convention centers. It has nothing to do with controlling ArraySync.
Not at this time, however if you can describe what you'd like to see in more detail, I am always open to implementing new ideas into the next update. The next update is a complete rewrite, so I'm looking to collect ideas and feedback from users.
When I googled your problem this came out as solution. Could you please try this?
1 Verify that jumper on memory expansion board is configured correctly for “SIMMs” or “No SIMMs.” (See “Memory Upgrade” in Upgrades.) 2 On 4 MB Macintosh Classic, confirm SIMMs used are eightchip SIMMs. (See Memory manual.) Any 1 MB SIMMs with fewer than eight chips won’t work in the Macintosh Classic. 3 On Macintosh Classic, replace optional memory expansion board; on Macintosh Classic II/Performa 200, replace optional SIMMs in two SIMMs slots on logic board. 4 Replace logic board. Retain customer’s SIMMs.
OK, by 2007 Macs were into the OS X 10.4.x series, but they are now so old that apparently Apple stores might not service them anymore, which is why it is a good plan to upgrade to a new Mac every few years or so. In fact I have a brand new, later-2007 iMac in a factory wrapped, unopened box, which Apple now considers to be somewhere near obsolete. And that is a heartbreaking shame because the OS X Tiger is among the best of all Apple/Macs ever made!
Hey did you get the solution for that. Facing same problem. Searched over internet also but still not solved!!
There has to be a simple click by click solution to this issue but I haven't found it. Hopefully someone else has found a solution and be willing to share. I typed all over the Internet too and didn't find a thing about it. There seems to be much more about Excel than I Work and Numbers spreadsheets.