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vuze stops working
#1
I have imac and macbook pro both late 2012 and both with OSX 10.11. Today in both of them I encounter a problem after opening vuze with a window appearing(see attachment)and vuze stop working.Please help.Before that problem I encounter one with updating vuze


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#2
After search in vuze forum  I delet the file ADControl_2015.2.6.222549.jar and uncheck  in preferences pugins sidebar promo view and the problem at least for now disappeared but I have problem with updating(see attached file)


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#3
No idea other than maybe you are out of disk space or something like that?
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#4
(09-20-2015, 12:56 PM)'GaryE' Wrote: No idea other than maybe you are out of disk space or something like that?

 
No, I have 300giga  free space
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#5
Well then that was not the problem LOL

It you were running windows I would say it could be a permissions issue.

But the only way you run into permissions issues on OS X is if you really know what you are doing.  If you knew enough to mess around with permissions you would know that you messed around with them and would not have to ask for help fixing them.  LOL  Also I am pretty sure OS X gives more meaningful error messages so it would be more obvious if there was a permissions problem.

So I have no idea then!

But I might have a suggestion.

Are you comfortable at all in the Terminal?

If yes try this:

cd to that directory and type in:
ls -l Local*


You should see something like this:

-rw-r--r--  1 Yournamehere  admin   498B Jun  8 13:54 Localizable.strings

is the file there?

if it is copy it to a backup:

cp Localizable.strings Localizable.strings.backup

then make a new empty file:

touch Localizable.strings

and try updating again and see what happens.

If the file is not there . . . just make the new empty file:

touch Localizable.strings

If there is a weird permissions problem that should fix it.

If you are not comfortable with terminal let me know and I can tell you the steps in more detail and explain exactly what is going on with each command/step.

Again I have no idea if it will help . . . but it will only take about 10 minutes (even if you are a Terminal neophyte) to try so it is worth a shot if you do not hear a more authoritative answer when you see this post.
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#6
I update to OSX 10.11.1,I repair disk permissions with cleanmymac 3.0.3b1 I opened vuze to update it and it says that I am running the latest version no update is needed.I permitted enrolment to beta updates so now I am running version
6.2.1_B18/4 az3.All these in my imac.I will try  your guides later on to my macbookpro.
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#7
(09-21-2015, 10:47 AM)'GaryE' Wrote: Well then that was not the problem LOL

It you were running windows I would say it could be a permissions issue.

But the only way you run into permissions issues on OS X is if you really know what you are doing.  If you knew enough to mess around with permissions you would know that you messed around with them and would not have to ask for help fixing them.  LOL  Also I am pretty sure OS X gives more meaningful error messages so it would be more obvious if there was a permissions problem.

So I have no idea then!

But I might have a suggestion.

Are you comfortable at all in the Terminal?

If yes try this:

cd to that directory and type in:
ls -l Local*


You should see something like this:

-rw-r--r--  1 Yournamehere  admin   498B Jun  8 13:54 Localizable.strings

is the file there?

if it is copy it to a backup:

cp Localizable.strings Localizable.strings.backup

then make a new empty file:

touch Localizable.strings

and try updating again and see what happens.

If the file is not there . . . just make the new empty file:

touch Localizable.strings

If there is a weird permissions problem that should fix it.

If you are not comfortable with terminal let me know and I can tell you the steps in more detail and explain exactly what is going on with each command/step.

Again I have no idea if it will help . . . but it will only take about 10 minutes (even if you are a Terminal neophyte) to try so it is worth a shot if you do not hear a more authoritative answer when you see this post.

 
please the problem in my macbookpro insists could you give me guides how to use terminal to try to fix it
thank you
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#8
I used a permission reset application and finally I  manage to update vuze
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#9
(09-21-2015, 10:34 PM)'john' Wrote:
(09-21-2015, 10:47 AM)'GaryE' Wrote: If you are not comfortable with terminal let me know and I can tell you the steps in more detail and explain exactly what is going on with each command/step.

 
please the problem in my macbookpro insists could you give me guides how to use terminal to try to fix it
thank you

 


I'm not comfortable with terminal let (and even don't know what it is). Can you pls give more detail and exact (like for mac dummy). 
I have exaclty same problem. The new hard drive was installed, I'm reinstalling the programmes and now have this problem with vuse.
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