Step through how to work out when, how and why a kernel panic occurred in the unified log, using Ulbow.
How to tell apart unexpected quits, WindowServer crashes, kernel panics, and more – and what to do about them.
What is wrong when, out of the blue, the display freezes for ten seconds, then you see a black screen and are asked to log back into your account? Malware perhaps?
Knowing the difference helps you work out what to do in response, and how to work out what went wrong.
What they are, how they’ve changed, how to work out what went wrong, and how to deal with them. No Mac should ever experience a single panic.
Suggestions which may stop your Mac from panicking or having other problems when a second or external display is connected to a USB-C/Thunderbolt port. And an intro to caffeinate.
There are three software systems at the heart of every Mac: its firmware (‘EFI firmware’), the system kernel, […]
Some MacBook Pro users may still suffer sporadic kernel panics because of firmware bugs in any release of […]
From hardware diagnostics to pmset and resetting the SMC, all you need to know about diagnosing wake and sleep problems.
I was replying to a tweet when the display suddenly went black. Was my iMac Pro dead, or just auto-rebooting after a kernel panic, and why?