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  • 15. Re: Application "bin"
    Detlef Kretschmer Level 3 Level 3 (960 points)

    Unfortuantely, now I have no addressbook server.

    There is a Address Book X LDAP server using LDAP, but I am not sure I understand the instructions on how to set it up

  • 16. Re: Application "bin"
    MadMacs0 Level 4 Level 4 (3,735 points)

    I held off until you solved the issue and realize this apparently is unrelated, but wanted to comment on:

    Detlef Kretschmer wrote:

     

    It wasn't enabled in the browsers (NoScript).

    NoScript is only for Firefox and has no effect on Java, only JavaScript. Instructions for Firefox are at How to turn off Java applets, in case you haven't done that.

  • 17. Re: Application "bin"
    WZZZ Level 6 Level 6 (12,225 points)

    Mad, NoScript will disable Java. At least it will set a placeholder for Java content, if Java is otherwise enabled. (One will get the placeholder only If Apply these restrictions to whitelisted sites too is also chosen.) Plugins can be enabled selectively.

     

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  • 18. Re: Application "bin"
    MadMacs0 Level 4 Level 4 (3,735 points)

    WZZZ wrote:

     

    Mad, NoScript will disable Java.

    I'm not doing so well today.

     

    I haven't checked my noscript settins in years, nor read the updates carefully enough to notice. Firefox is a third or fourth choice for me these days.

     

    Thanks for letting me know.

  • 19. Re: Application "bin"
    WZZZ Level 6 Level 6 (12,225 points)

    Happens to me too (and too frequently.)

  • 20. Re: Application "bin"
    kvhq Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I had the same problem after installing ManyCams app and uninstalling it... So I guess a number of things could cause this....

     

    I ended up running CleanMyMac 2 and it fixed all the broken startup links that appeared to be causing the issue.  Also managed to save a whole bunch of disk space too!

  • 21. Re: Application "bin"
    MadMacs0 Level 4 Level 4 (3,735 points)

    kvhq wrote:

     

    I ended up running CleanMyMac 2 and it fixed all the broken startup links that appeared to be causing the issue.  Also managed to save a whole bunch of disk space too!

    Hope that saving disk space didn't result in corrupted applications as often happens for CleanMyMac2 users.  If you have problems going forward with an application refusing an upgrade, you will need to reinstall the original from source first. As an example, most Adobe applications are famous for that.

  • 22. Re: Application "bin"
    kvhq Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Gulp...

     

    So far everything is working but I'll look out for anything that's stopped... thanks for the tip!

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