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For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Error parsing plist file. Thread starter letthemactimesroll Start date Sep 19, Everything is fine apart from the following: When booting I get the message "Error Parsing Plist file" Then I go to the menu screen and on selecting ML, I get the message " error encountered while starting up the computer pausing for 5 seconds" It boots fine and everything seems to work, but I'd like to get rid of it, I think it happened when I replaced the default bootloader theme with LogintoLion, probably Ive made an error on either the org.

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Mac Pro - Error parsing plist file

Could some one take a look at the plists for me and correct them if they can see the error, or tell me what edits to make.. Hoping to avoid starting entirely from scratch!

Windows side is fine as was ML until I edited for the new theme.. Fixed it.

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Took the following line in org. Thanks guys. With that option enabled, I'm thinking ignoring stderr if the whole script exists with exit code zero is not that bad. Yeah, I guess that sounds reasonable, since if a command exits with status code 0, then anything printed to stderr should be a warning rather than an error: Would it be possible to still log stderr output somewhere, e.

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Sign up. New issue. Error parsing Info. Copy link Quote reply. Etcher version: NSCocoaErrorDomain - This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. Sure thing. Here's the output. NSCocoaErrorDomain - device: False system: True False I happen to have fewer disks mounted than in the above output Silicates: Yes Part of Whole: Not applicable no file system Mounted: Not applicable no file system File System: None Content IOContent: No Media Type: Generic Protocol: Not Supported Disk Size: No Read-Only Volume: Not applicable no file system Device Location: Internal Removable Media: Fixed Solid State: Yes OS 9 Drivers: No Low Level Format: Not supported Silicates: In any event, I'll file a bug for this with Apple.

Error parsing plist file

Hopefully it's fixed before release, or it really is just corruption on my system alone. Thanks for the updated info, hopefully this is a bug Apple will fix before they release: What do you think?

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