I'm using two developer accounts on one app, i changed the provisioning profile and developer account to my other one to build.
But it give me there error "valid provisioning profile was not found"
i added this said device to the account i want to build it on and added it to the provisioning profile.
it still gives me this error, can anyone advise? I did import the correct certificate with the private key.
Wineskin is a tool used to make ports of Windows software to Mac OS X. The ports are in the form of normal Mac application bundle wrappers. It works like a wrapper around the Windows software, and you can share just the wrappers if you choose.
Best of all, its free!
If you are using Mac OS X and want to run Windows applications, the most popular option is to install Windows OS using Bootcamp, or run Windows in a virtual machine. Linux users will know that you can use Wine to install and run Windows applications natively. The good news is that Mac users can run Wine to install Windows applications as well. Wineskin is a Wine-tool ported over to the Mac platform. Check out how you can run Windows applications on Mac OS X.
Wineskin is simply an implementation of Wine at its core. For those who are not sure what Wine (an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is, it is a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, including Linux and Mac OS X.
The installation is pretty straight-forward.
1. Download Wineskin from website. The latest version as of this post is 2.5.12. But now the 2.6.0 is available.
2. Extract the file and move the Wineskin app to your Applications folder. Open it.
On the first run, there won’t be any engine showing up in the list. Click the “+” button to download and install the latest engine. The engine is required to make the Windows applications work.
Once the engine is installed, you are ready to install Windows applications.
Installing Windows applications
Before you start, make sure you have the executable file of the desired Windows application with you. Note that Wineskin doesn’t support all the Windows applications out there. Check out Wine’s AppDB to see if the application you want is supported.
1. Click the “Create New Blank Wrapper” button and enter a name for this wrapper. In this example, we will be installing Peazip on Mac.
While creating the wrapper, it will prompt you to install mono package for running .Net applications and Gecko package for running HTML-based apps.
2. Once the wrapper is created, open it in Finder; right click and select “Show Package Content.”
You should see two folders: “Contents” and “drive_c” and a Wineskin app. Run the Wineskin app.
3. Select “Choose Setup executable” and select the executable file of the Windows application.
The installation will proceed just like it does in Windows.
Running Windows applications
Run the Wineskin app (from the Wrapper folder) again. This time, click “Advanced.” Browse and select the installed application and click “Test Run.” This will run the Windows application.
This is what the application will look like:
Once you are happy with the test run, the next time you can just double click the Wrapper app to open this application.
I installed OS X 10.7.2 successfully on my Samsung R730. Everything worked perfectly. Suddenly, after I started my Notebook third party apps won't start. Tried to start system apps like Safari, Calendar, Terminal, etc. No problems at that point. But for example Chrome, TeamViewer, Adobe Flash Installer won't start.
The apps jump up a few times and then they suddenly terminate (and the light in dock turns out).
What could be the problem? What could I do to solve the problem?
Disclaimer: This is my app, not sure about the rules on promotional threads on InsanelyMac. I don't normally post threads about my own stuff, but I thought this would be pretty useful to the Hackintosh community. InsanelyMac & TonyMacx86 have helped me so much.
So I went from W7 (which had a multitude of great apps for dealing with more than one monitor like Ultramon) to an OS X Lion Hackintosh, which I loved infinitely more but apparently didn't work too well out of the box with a multiple monitor setup.
A bit about my setup for anyone who cares:
Mobo: ASUS P6T
CPU: i7 920
GPU: GTX 470 SLI (ugh, huge headache not knowing how to do EFI strings)
RAM: 6GB OCZ Gold
Monitors: 2x 24" Samsung SyncMasters.
Here's my attempt at dealing with the multiple monitor problem: Multimon. (<- Click to view in App Store)
• Multiple Menu Bars
⁃ Should work for any number of monitors, the max I was able to test up to was 3 though.
(Hackintoshers with 9 monitor setups, please let me know ).
• Advanced Window Management
⁃ You're more productive with another monitor but nobody wants to drag windows left and right.
Easily send a window to any of your monitors via a drop down or a hotkey. Maximize or minimize too!
• Automatic Window Resizing
⁃ A lot of us hackintoshers don't have the luxury of matching dual cinema displays . This'll automatically resize windows that are too large onto smaller monitors.
⁃ Pretty customizable hotkeys for a bunch of the features listed above as well as quickly hiding all menu bars, etc.
So yup, that's it.
You can tweet me for support / feedback at @delveapps.
Chat with me about hackintosh / apps / design / tech / anything at @aaronykng .
Hope you guys find it useful. Look forward to hearing what you guys think.