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Message 2017485 - Posted: 1 Nov 2019, 17:31:32 UTC

I'm helping a friend out with a problem. I'll have more info when I can touch the machine later today.
They updated to the latest Catalina 2 days ago and now the pop up about connection comes up and they can't use the gui.
I'll take a look at the logs when I can, but just curious if anyone else is having problems. I've had them do the basic turn off and on the machine stop and start boinc and wipe and reinstall boinc.
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Message 2017500 - Posted: 1 Nov 2019, 20:55:29 UTC

And in standard fashion. I get in front of the computer and start Boinc/Seti and it is working fine. The uninstall and reinstall I had them do removed old logs, so I'll never know what the problem was, but it seems to be fine. Now to check for ghosts.
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Message 2017544 - Posted: 2 Nov 2019, 11:30:48 UTC - in response to Message 2017500.  

And in standard fashion. I get in front of the computer and start Boinc/Seti and it is working fine. The uninstall and reinstall I had them do removed old logs, so I'll never know what the problem was, but it seems to be fine. Now to check for ghosts.


I call that "the mechanics effect". It has been widely commented that as soon as you get within 1 1/2 miles of your car mechanic, the problem goes away.....


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