Last weekend I upgraded my MBP to Mavericks. I have been waiting with the upgrade because I didn’t want to have problem with my computer so I figured I’ll wait for some bugfixes before upgrading. So last weekend I decided to take the jump and upgrade. The first thing I discovered was that HyperSwitch was not working as it should and I still have not found a solution to the problem. The next problem was that Finder was incredibly slow when showing the content in folders. Today I was googling for a solution and I encountered a solution by Snaggletooth_DE, https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5492808?start=50&tstart=0.
Yesterday I downloaded the latest Eclipse named Kepler to my Mac. I unzipped the package as usual and tried to launch it by clicking on the Eclipse file. I received the following error message:
After a quick search on the internet I found the solution in a bug report at Eclipse Bugs . It is the OS X GateKeeper that thinks that the file is corrupt and should be moved to trash. However, the problem is easy the solve. Just follow the following steps.
It have happened a couple of times that I suddenly don’t have any sound from my speakers when watching YouTube videos in Chrome. I don’t know how and when this happens but it is easy to fix. Just open a terminal and run “sudo killall coreaudiod”. I probably should investigate why this happens but I will do that on a rainy day.
$ sudo killall coreaudiod