I’ve been using a Mac for years, but I’ve never had the chance to install the latest version of iOS 11.
The first time I did so, I had to reinstall OS X Mavericks, a Mac OS X update that Apple has been running on its Macs since 2010.
And I still had trouble getting Mavericks to work.
I was able to install Mavericks without much trouble, but it took a lot of time and patience to get Mavericks to boot.
Here’s how I did it.
Step 1: Find your Mac’s software preferences Step 2: Find a new Mac OS Software Preferences file, click Properties, and then click the Show advanced tab.
Step 3: Click the Show Advanced tab to see the list of options for your software preferences.
I like to highlight the most important ones, so I chose “System Preferences.”
Step 4: Click Apply to install your new software preferences on your Mac.
The process takes a few minutes.
Step 5: Click Start to launch your Mac OS software preferences, and you should see the Mavericks menu appear.
You’ll need to navigate to a different folder to start using it.
If you’re using OS X 10.9.4 or earlier, your preferences will be different.
If they’re different, you’ll need a different path to open the preferences file.
Step 6: Click Show advanced, and select the Mavericks Software preferences.
You can then navigate to your preferences folder and select them to launch Mavericks.
If the Mavericks preferences window doesn’t open, open it again by clicking the Mac OS Preferences icon and then the Applications menu.
If your preferences aren’t displayed, click the MacOS Preferences icon to open them.
Step 7: To save the changes you made, select Close and then save the preferences.
When you reopen your preferences, they’ll be the same as they were when you closed them.
You should be able to boot your Mac in OS X Yosemite or OS X El Capitan.
I have a Macbook Pro with an Intel Core i5-4670K processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB solid state drive.
To install Yosemite, I followed this process:Step 1: Open a Terminal windowStep 2: Type in the following command to install Yosemite:$ sudo apt-get install omx Step 3: Open the Terminal window again, type in the command again:$ omxinstall OSX_10_9_4_amd64.dmgYou’ll get a warning about the installation process, but don’t worry.
Type in your password and click the Install Now button.
Step 4: Your OS X installation should be complete.
To test that Yosemite installed correctly, type the following commands in a Terminal to launch an emulator on your desktop:Step 5: Run the emulator, and check to see if it appears.
You will see a message saying you can now use your Macbook as a computer.
Step 4 is optional, but if you choose to use it, you will see the OS X desktop in the Dock.
The message won’t appear for a few seconds while the emulator processes, then disappear.
If you install Yosemite on a new machine and can’t get Yosemite to boot, your machine might not have enough RAM and you’ll be stuck on the Mac.
To fix this, use the following steps to boot a new OS X machine and then install Yosemite.
Launch TerminalStep 2.
Type the following to install OS X:$ ./configure $ sudo make installNext, install Yosemite using the command line.
If Yosemite isn’t installed, type sudo make uninstall to remove it from your system.
Open a Finder window, type ls and press Enter.
This will open a list of all the files in your Applications folder.
Type ls -l to find all of the files.
Open the files you find and copy the one you copied earlier to the Applications folder on your new Mac.
Open Finder again, and type the command ls ~/Applications.
The list of files should now contain ~/Applications, and it’s empty.
Open another Finder window and type ls ~/Documents.
You now have a directory structure like this: ~/Documents/My Documents/My Files ~/Documents ~/Documents ~/.local/share/ApplicationData/Application Files/My Applications ~/Documents This directory structure should look similar to this:Your desktop should now look like this.
Double-click the Applications directory and it should open.
Open some of the apps that you just copied.
If it didn’t, you may have copied some files that you no longer need.
In this case, try clicking the file that you need, and hitting enter.
If that works, delete the file you just added to your Applications directory.
Double click the ~/Applications folder to launch the Applications app.
Select your desktop, open a new tab, and click Launch.
The Applications app should launch.
You might get a message asking you to enter your password.