I'm trying to use AnyDesk for remote access to my Mac mini, but I can not get it to work without physically logging in first. Shortly after I log in for the first time, it starts to work. When I sign out, I can not connect anymore. This also makes it virtually useless for remote access as the sessions are blocked after some time and the connection is no longer available … Does anyone have an idea?
I bought a new hard drive to use as a Time Machine backup.
diskutil list shows it as: –
/dev/disk4 (external, physical): #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *2.0 TB disk4 1: Windows_NTFS 2.0 TB disk4s1
However, does not appear in the Disk Utility or Finder.
How should I format it?
The last time I did something similar, I was asked if I wanted to use it as a Time Machine
You want to enter old mini-DV and Hi-8 tapes and other analog content for editing.
I do not want to guess what type the plug-in has to get it. What is also the possibility to use my fire cable from a Sony PDX 10 (still works great)? And finally … the better video editing and photo programs that need to be installed
Hobby work, thank you
I'm having trouble getting Mojave to recognize an external Samsung X5 hard drive. When I plug in the drive, it lights up, but the operating system does not seem to see it. I connected the drive to a Windows PC with Thunderbolt 3 connector and Windows has seen the drive in order, so it is not a hardware issue. Samsung has pre-installed encryption software on the drive. I've disabled these over Windows, hoping that the Mac can see the drive, but no dice. I have the latest version of the Samsung software installed, but that does not seem to work. I am at a loss, any thoughts would be appreciated.
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The Mojave upgrade from 10.14.5 to 10.14.6 stalled my old VLC installation (which was already fixed by upgrading the VLC installation), and I think it also has my Homebrew-provided build for Meld 3.19. 2.osx6 damaged.
I can not find a newer build than mine.
What is the other way to merge in macOS? (What is the alternative program?)
Before I used
sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 25 To try hibernating my MacBook instead of hibernating it pulls the power out of the RAM (s), etc., and puts the laptop into a proper sleep state. Before a few important updates (maybe El Capitan),
pmset ... 25 I did not work anymore to put my MacBook to sleep. I am using a MacBook 13 "from 2017. Is hibernation no longer supported on this model?
After hearing about the defect in the 15-inch MacBooks from 2017, I have to admit that I'm afraid that they will also find a problem with 13-inch MacBooks, and I want to be as safe as possible.
I use many applications whose development and testing status must be maintained over many days. Therefore, daily shutdown of my computer is neither efficient nor a viable option.
Yesterday I installed the MacOS update 10.14.6 and now the performance of Java is very bad. This is particularly noticeable when Maven is used to build Java applications. There are projects that I often build to really load the CPU, but now they barely use the CPU and it takes a lot longer to create them. The Activity Monitor shows that the CPU, memory, hard disk, and network are idle most of the time during creation.
I've installed a newer Java SDK and upgraded Maven to see if that would improve performance, but it made no difference.
I did not install Bootcamp on an iMac 27 "until the end of 2013. Before running Bootcamp Assistant I ran a fully updated Mojave operating system Installed Windows 10 image from Microsoft Download After installing Windows, everything worked fine and all updates I can not start the boot manager or recovery mode, it will go straight to Windows If I use the Bootcamp Windows Control Panel, only Windows will appear in the list If I choose Advanced Boot Options in Windows I choose a USB flash drive or a USB drive, but it's just starting up again in Windows 10.
I've tried every shortcut on this page (on a USB keyboard) https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201255
Even the shortcuts to reset the PRAM do not work. Is it the UEFI? How do I reset this?
I do not know why that is so, but 4 days ago I completely cleaned up my MacOS Mojave, which installed Macbook Air Mid 2013 due to a memory issue, and after the cleanup came MacOS Mountain Lion:
Now I want to upgrade it to MacOS Mojave again, so I downloaded Mojave Installer:
but in the end it does not work the way it was supposed to
After opening, it shows Does not react the whole time:
Everyone else in this beautiful world has to deal with such problems or has a solution / suggestion, then please be a nice person and help.