It seems like I'm getting the blue screen of frozen death about 40% of the time on startup and getting tired of it.
Everytime it happens I repair permissions and it looks like there is a cat fight going on. I have 3 bootable drives in my Mac Pro 4,1 2.26ghz, 32 gram, 4 x 1 TB wd black's, boot drive +1 other = enterprise drives.
Yesterday, after the blue screen of frozen death, I repaired permissions on the 3 boot amigos and all of of them had changed permissions on the same areas:
- System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Classes/dt.jar........ and more concerning Java stuff
- System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Support/Remot e Desktop Message.app/Contents/Resources/Dutch.lproj/UIAgent.nib"
- "System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Support/Remo te Desktop Message.app/Contents/Resources/zh_CN.lproj/UIAgent.nib"
- "System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Support/Remo te Desktop Message.app/Contents/Resources/Dutch.lproj/UIAgent.nib
I copied the entire list of permission repairs and copied it to word and it is attached for your viewing pleasure.
My concern is that "java virtual machines", "Remote Management", and "java VM framework" keeps getting mentioned. Because I'm not knowledgeable about these things AND that it keeps happening unbeknownst to me on a daily basis it makes me very nervous.
I still don't understand how "permissions" for drives get changed or why anyhow.
Lastly, I've read that resetting permissions should cure the blue frozen screen of startup, but it's not happening here.
Help if you can, please.
if you want to see the whole banana you'll have to tell me how to attach it.