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In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: BB [Visitor]
BB
4 stars

better to use

launchctl list | grep intego

and

sudo launchctl list | grep intego

11/07/16 @ 10:34

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: pit [Visitor]
pit

Thanks.

Another guy who kill the process with this instructions.

com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon try open every 10 seconds a .app who located in any folder… With this instructions all clear now.

10/14/16 @ 14:40

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: mike ginn [Visitor]
mike ginn
5 stars

three and a half years later, your fix still is findable on google, and still works! thanks so much. –mike

06/16/16 @ 09:12

In response to: 30 days on Bulletproof Coffee: Results

Comment from: [Member]

Hi Meli: I haven’t read the Bulletproof Diet and have not tried it. When I did this experiment I was losely following a slow carb diet.

Losing weight with BP coffee doesn’t work that well if you stuff yourself with fast carbs in the evening, once the hunger cutting effect of BP has faded. (Big surprise! Who would have predicted that? :p)

Short answer to your question: by order of importance in my diet: slash fast carbs as much as possible, focus on slow carbs, add fat (BP is part of it), add fiber, don’t obsess about proteins.

05/29/16 @ 19:01

In response to: 30 days on Bulletproof Coffee: Results

Comment from: meli [Visitor]
meli
5 stars

Hey thank you for your article, i m a holistic nutritionist, I live in Bali, LA and now Paris. I suggested many of my friends and clients to try BP Diet but the pure strict diet as explained in the book. You wrote in your article about the BP coffee but what about the diet?? Were you following a no carbs diet??? Did you lost weight even though you were not on total BP Diet and last question : did you respect the interval fasting????? thank you for all your infos i m really interested to know more about your diet during this month.
Meli

05/29/16 @ 17:22

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: Robert [Visitor]
Robert

Thanks!

04/07/16 @ 11:01

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: Sh [Visitor]
Sh

Tried your string to get rid of the wondershare problem no such luck!

Any solutions for the following messages constantly showing in Console (Mac OS 10.8)

18/01/2016 14:38:30.771 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3834]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:38:30.771 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
18/01/2016 14:38:40.773 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3835]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:38:40.773 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
18/01/2016 14:38:50.775 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3842]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:38:50.775 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
18/01/2016 14:39:00.777 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3845]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:39:00.777 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
18/01/2016 14:39:10.779 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3850]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:39:10.779 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
18/01/2016 14:39:20.781 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon[3853]) Job failed to exec(3) for weird reason: 13
18/01/2016 14:39:20.781 com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[257]: (com.wondershare.mobilegodaemon) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds

01/18/16 @ 15:42

In response to: How to fix Mac OS X Terminal Page Up/Down + Home/End of line

Comment from: Angelux [Visitor]
Angelux
5 stars

Thank you very much, didn’t know I could use fn key to get home/end functionality on a laptop.

01/11/16 @ 00:03

In response to: How to display Network Shares as Icons on Mac OS X desktop

Comment from: Lizzie [Visitor]
Lizzie
5 stars

Whoa! So irritating. Why do they have to mess with things that are already working. I don’t want to have to dig around to open my server. I want my icon on my desktop (just like before) easy! Fast!

It simply disappeared. Ugh!

Sometimes I wonder why they have made Mac, less user friendly with all this messing about!

Thank you.

09/30/15 @ 15:55

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: Chendra [Visitor]
Chendra
5 stars

Thanks!! it works like charm!

08/31/15 @ 01:43

In response to: 2013 and still no usable WiFi hotspots

Comment from: c kwok [Visitor]
c kwok

Well, in a small city like HK or Singapore just several hot spots will be good enough to cover the entire city, however technically speaking there is even no free wifi or low cost connection.

I would say, it’s more commercial or political reason rather than technical.

08/15/15 @ 04:29

In response to: 30 days on Bulletproof Coffee: Results

Comment from: [Member]

Hum… I’m afraid you’ll have to make it at home ;)

It’s quite easy though: http://fplanque.com/misc/nutrition/how-to-make-bulletproof-coffee-recipe

08/12/15 @ 02:25

In response to: 30 days on Bulletproof Coffee: Results

Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Alex
5 stars

Thanks for the article. Any ideas where I could enjoy a great BPC in Paris?

:) just came back from a trip to Canada where I discovered it and I would love to have some here!

08/11/15 @ 17:31

In response to: How to use SSH private keys on Mac OS X

Comment from: zencoder [Visitor]
zencoder
5 stars

You saved me a lot of nerve!

06/27/15 @ 07:10

In response to: Why echo is slow in PHP and how to make it really fast

Comment from: Tim Wassman [Visitor]
Tim Wassman
4 stars

I actually could not find the parameter SendBufferSize in the apache2.conf file. Also i could not find the other lines you provided.

06/25/15 @ 15:47

In response to: 30 days on Bulletproof Coffee: Results

Comment from: TDoG-Warrior [Visitor]
TDoG-Warrior
5 stars

Interesting blog about Bullet Proof Coffee … I don’t drink coffee but used to drink mocha in winter time … Have you try the Death Wish Coffee yet ?…

link : http://www.deathwishcoffee.com/

I read about it when it was on the news last year … you might need a straight jacket to hold yourself very still …

(laughing)

06/23/15 @ 06:38

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: Dinson [Visitor]
Dinson
5 stars

The best solution ever!!

06/10/15 @ 20:10

In response to: How to edit your keyboard layout on Mac OS X

Comment from: Vlad [Visitor]
Vlad

I use ten languages under Mac preferences, and have them on the top drop-down menu. For the small differences in European languages, I just memorize the placement of the characters on the regular QWERTY keyboard. It becomes second nature for most; otherwise I get help from the keyboard viewer.

06/09/15 @ 17:45

In response to: How to remove constantly launching services on Mac OS X

Comment from: Randall [Visitor]
Randall

I discovered I had two of the damn things on my box, maybe this will help someone;

4/19/15 4:41:06 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.daz3d.content_management_service[4695]) Exited with exit code: 1
4/19/15 4:41:06 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.daz3d.content_management_service) Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds

4/19/15 4:41:06 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.zeobit.MacKeeper.plugin.AntiTheft.daemon[4696]) posix_spawn("/Library/Application Support/MacKeeper/MacKeeperATd", …): No such file or directory

I used the list command shown here, and easily removed the 2nd one, the zeobit.mackeeper garbage, but the DAZ did not show up at all in the list, not even when I used sudo;

sudo launchctl list

So on a hunch I figured it was somehow hidden, so I tried this syntax and the console logging immediately STOPPED;

sudo launchctl remove com.daz3d.content_management_service

04/20/15 @ 00:27

In response to: How to improve the mouse speed on Mac OS X

Comment from: Valerio [Visitor]
Valerio

Thank you for the info!

04/10/15 @ 20:30