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07-29-2013 12:24 PM
I tried to install WebWorks for Playbook on my Mac OS X 10.6.8.
First I downloaded it with Safari, unzipped in and run it. The install program asked for the password for the admin user (i'm logged in as admin), then I saw a progress bar and finally an empty screen and a blue "next" button in the right lower corner.
The last message in console is something about Apple Script I think:
Has anybody an idea?
Thank you very much!
29.07.13 18:15:44 authexec executing /Users/creator/Downloads/BlackBerryWebWorksSDK.app
29.07.13 18:15:44 BlackBerry_WebWorks_SDK_for_Tablet_OS osError = 0
29.07.13 18:15:44 [0x0-0x1ae1ae].BlackBerryWebWorksSDK 2013-07-29 18:15:44.112 BlackBerry_WebWorks_SDK_for_Tablet_OS[2301:903] osError = 0
29.07.13 18:15:44 [0x0-0x1ae1ae].BlackBerryWebWorksSDK [Deprecated] Zero G InstallerAnywhere: Forcing java.vm.version to $(java.version)-zeroG in order to preserve backward compatibility
29.07.13 18:15:49 osascript Scripting addition loading restricted to system domains because this process has mixed credentials (issetugid=0 r/e uid=505/0 gid=20/20)
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-29-2013 03:03 PM
I found the solution in the this thread:
You have to open the service menu
Can be blosed.
07-29-2013 10:09 PM
A few posts past the work around there's the proper fix bryanhiggins got from Apple
i.e. don't just use my annoying work around, read on and fix your system (bad JAVA update)