I just disabled comments because of too much SPAM
A while ago I upgraded my trusted old MacPro1,1 to Yosemite following these instructions.
Here is what I think is wrong with the republican electorate ...
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If an object is converted to an array, the result is an array whose elements are the object's properties. The keys are the member variable names, with a few notable exceptions: integer properties are unaccessible; private variables have the class name prepended to the variable name; protected variables have a '*' prepended to the variable name. These prepended values have null bytes on either side. This can result in some unexpected behaviour:
After Apple dropped support for the first MacPro models I got seriously disillusioned with the company. After all I had plunked down a bundle back in 2006 to purchase an upgradable desktop computer.
Don't we all hate when we plugin our iOS7 devices to our trusted Mac and suddenly the mobile device asks us "Do you want to trust this computer"? And we go, of course! We have been syncing together for a while, what about this sudden hostility?
Recently a friend asked me for help with his Snow Leopard Mac Book Pro. He complained that most of his applications would crash at some point, even the native OSX apps, like Mail and iCal.
I have several servers running Solaris 10u9 with VirtualBox server installed. Each of those hosts can manage several guest. Currently I use VirtualBox multiattach image types to clone guests from master images. This doesn't require me to use clonehd on the master images, which is a very time consuming process.