We need a bridge between Swift Playgrounds, Raspberry Pi, and other educational environments, and full-blown SDKs. That includes RAD tools and the likes of Console.
Can’t get the info from Sierra’s logs with Console? Here’s a free replacement to give full access to past log entries swiftly and efficiently.
When it rains, it always pours catfish. And most of the falling fish came courtesy of the App Store.
A rolling list of bugs which remain in Sierra 10.12.1, including those in Finder and Console.
How to use predicates to filter out log entries, and obtain more concise and useful log extracts.
A Trackpad which disconnects and reconnects incessantly is diagnosed using a log capture.
If you can’t use Console, use the log command in Terminal – except that has some major bugs which will hide log entries from you.
How can you look for error messages preceding an app crashing, or when your Mac panicked and automatically restarted?
So how do you check your logs to see if backups have been made correctly? Forget Console – you’ve got to use Terminal.