Sierra’s Console is of little help to most users. Here is an explanation, and suggested alternatives for browsing your logs.
Introducing a revised version of my free Console replacement app LogLogger. This is now signed, with no other changes.
This update includes documentation, performs some predicate operations properly, and saves the shell command to log excerpt files.
When did Time Machine make its last backup? Are you sure that it completed without error? Here’s how to check these simply.
How to explore what happens during startup, and hone in on problems. The second tutorial, medium level.
A basic tutorial showing how to get useful information from Sierra’s new logs, using LogLogger5.
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.