Category Archives: Tiger
You can find the solution with Jona here. Excellent work. “This currently reported problem, which manifests after applying Security Update 2008-06, can be fixed permanently by removing the following preferences files:
Go to Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration and delete the following (suggest make copies to the desktop first if in doubt):
All these files will regenerate as necessary when the associated system features are accessed. If you’re using Airport or Internet Sharing you’ll have to reestablish the appropriate settings, because these will have been lost when the preferences files are removed. Small price to pay, however for a permanent, and very simple solution to this irritating problem. “
It may not be the calibrate monitor settings you need. Good detective work here.
It lists them in this article. Still its not too much to ask if you limit the size of the path to 255 for an all Apple environment and 89 characters for a mixed environment.
Then you might want to download fseventer and it will tell you the following:
- Observes filesystem changes using the same underlying API as Spotlight
- Provides a graphical representation of the file activity
- Example use could be to determine what files are changed via software installation, preferences, etc
- Requires admin access & will only work on Mac OS X 10.4+ i.e. “Tiger”, “Leopard”, or “Snow Leopard”