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Install the JDK Version 7 from: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html
You need to use the same MySQL configuration on the Linux system as you used on the Mac. The error message in your question comes because InnoDB log file settings are different in your Linux.
The problem is twofold: Secure Transport uses the certificate chain exactly as provided to it by the API client. Both the API documentation and the source code comments imply (without being explicit) that this is a bug: in such circumstances, it appears that Secure Transport should attempt to build the certificate chain from the system keychain. Apple's ...
I had this problem of prompting every 5 sec and error of logon failure, tried to reset the keychain but it would not work. So out of despair I simply entered for the login field: login@domain name.com instead of the classic email address or domain\login or login and tadaaa it stopped. So visibly there's a problem for the login field with exchange servers ...
Try listing the password server's supported hash types with pwpolicy -n /LDAPv3/127.0.0.1 -getglobalhashtypes ...and see if it includes RECOVERABLE (which I believe is needed for both DIGEST-MD5 and WEBDAV-DIGEST) (note that this won't list GSSAPI/Kerberos, since this is handled by a separate service). Unfortunately I don't have a way to test this right ...
Surely Apple haven't compiled Kerberos without any support for DES? Well, actually, it looks like they did in 10.10/Yosemite. And after the mess they made of Kerberos in 10.07/Lion... you have my sincere condolences. The functionality that krb5-weak.conf tries to achieve won't be needed on OS X from Yosemite (10.10) on forwards, since Yosemite's ...
These commands worked for me. Shutting off IPv4: sudo networksetup -setv4off Wi-Fi Setting it back to DHCP: sudo networksetup -setdhcp Wi-Fi
I was looking at this a few weeks ago. If memory serves it is a qualified yes. Specifically, it is supported by VmWare. However, according the OS X licensing agreement, you must be running vSphere ESXi on Apple hardware. Also as an FYI, there's some secret sauce stuff in the OS X installer that will detect non-Apple hardware on install and terminate ...
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