I recently set up a fresh install of Mavericks (OS X 10.9), and copied over some of preferences (plist) files from old installation to new box ( (~/Library/Preferences).
I noticed, applications failed to use (manually copied) preferences files, instead kept throwing errors (like one shown below):
cfprefsd[xxxx]: CFPreferences: error renaming file /Users/username/Library/Preferences/com.codeux.irc.textual.plist.bPsEnTV to /Users/username/Library/Preferences/com.codeux.irc.textual.plist
Unlike previous versions of OS X, Mavericks (OS X 10.9) caches preferences files. That means, if we edit or overwrite a preferences (plist) file, we need to invalidate the cache so that applications can see the changes, and start using this updated preferences file.
I didn't want to set up everything from scratch, in this case all IRC servers, nodes and chatrooms. It is not fun editing binary plist files, even with the help of XCode :-)
To fix this problem, we need to run this from terminal:
defaults read ~/Library/Preferences/com.codeux.irc.textual
We also need to make sure preferences file has correct permission. In my case, permissions were messed up because I copied file from different disk (installation).
Permission should look like following (i.e. owner can at least read/write; umask 077):
I would suggest restarting the respective application, if it is already running.
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Are you using Amazon Cloudfront for public/private video streaming over rtmp? Having trouble to figure out why some of your videos fail to stream (over rtmp) and throw 'Stream not found' flash/actionscript client side errors?
I have figured out:
I am disappointed with the fact - Adobe Media Server ceases to play (core feature) a video because of (optional feature?) chapter marker(s) which can be ignored if it is corrupt or invalid.
Thanks to AWS engineers who confirmed the case, and provided more details.
Update: Thanks to Justin Riley for sharing a solution (in comments below). He suggested to use '-map_chapters -1' to get rid of this issue. It works for me.
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I am playing with ExpEyes, which is awesome tool for anyone who wants to learn electronics (and physics).
ExpEyes comes with software (written in python) for GNU/Linux and Windows. I intend to run it on Mac OSX, because it can (provided all dependencies are met).
It is generally easy to install python packages on OSX using easy_install or pip, however, installing NumPy and SciPy turned out to be pain on OSX (10.8.2, latest version the time of posting).
In my case, I am using python binary installed via homebrew, so I can't take advantage of numpy (which comes installed with mountain-lion).
I have XCode 6 installed, which comes with gcc-4.2.1 (llvm build). I figured out, I can build numpy and scipy from source.
Following is what I did to build numpy and scipy. SciPy requires gfortran, so that has to be installed (I used homebrew to do that):
$ git clone https://github.com/numpy/numpy.git $ git clone https://github.com/scipy/scipy.git $ cd numpy $ python setup.py build && python setup.py install $ brew install gfortran $ cd ../scipy $ python setup.py build && python setup.py install
BTW! In case, you are wondering, why didn't I use Scipy Superpack script, which indeed makes job easier?
I didn't, because I want to install gnu/unix packages using homebrew, and I already have git and other things. Super Spicypack downloads (gfortran, etc.), builds and installs packages directly to system, making it harder to remove those later? Homebrew makes job easier.