1.60.0 letting Mountain Lion sleep

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Re: 1.60.0 letting Mountain Lion sleep

Postby Pochodave » Sat Aug 04, 2012 1:30 pm

where have i got to write this code???in the "command prompts"???
do you think that it works even with emule???....
for example writing a thing like this
"caffeinate -i open -W -a "amuleadunanza.app"
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Re: 1.60.0 letting Mountain Lion sleep

Postby killemall » Sat Aug 04, 2012 5:48 pm

Pochodave wrote:where have i got to write this code???in the "command prompts"???
do you think that it works even with emule???....
for example writing a thing like this
"caffeinate -i open -W -a "amuleadunanza.app"


Yes, it is a terminal command. For me it works with jdownloader and ps3ms. You can also use the GUI tool caffeinate which you'll find the mac appstore
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Re: 1.60.0 letting Mountain Lion sleep

Postby cl0ak » Sat Aug 11, 2012 4:55 am

I posted a thread about this on the Apple Support forums and AppleCare reached out to me to try and figure it out (we ran lots of diagnostics and made some reports to send to the Apple Engineers). It looks like Mountain Lion will go to sleep even if there is network activity (I first noticed the problem with streaming with PS3 MS and later when trying to upload large video files to YouTube). What happens is that ML just goes to sleep and you lose all network connections. Try going to the Energy Saver options in the System Preferences and turning the system sleep settings to 'Never'. I'll post again when AppleCare emails me back.
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Re: 1.60.0 letting Mountain Lion sleep

Postby killemall » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:08 am

Good news cl0ak. Maybe Apple will release a fix in the next days/weeks.
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