I installed Mavericks yesterday ... lucky me, to be guinea pig in the office for this upgrade.
Am having issues with Illustrator. First it wouldn't open and had to runt he Java install, that took care of that. I am able to make new files without problem and open EPS files, but cannot open existing AI files UNLESS going to File > Open. If I double click on an AI file I get the error "The appliation can't be found"
After looking for similar issues I am not finding anyone else reporting a similar problem. I am not running any 3rd party plug ins. Any ideas???
Thanks for the help.
Am discovering there's more to this than I thought. It is not only with AI files, it is only with files hosted on a server. Any file on my hard drive will open; files located on a server will not unless opened form within the program using File > Open.
Clients logging into File Services over SMB with OS X 10.9 experience hanging connection upon login attempt.
OS X 10.9 now utilizes a new SMB2 stack written by Apple. Apple's SMB2 implementation is not compatible with many other SMB2 NAS products on the market today while Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 works just fine. In short, its an Apple bug.
Workaround Option 1:
To force your connection to be SMB1, simply type cifs://servername instead of smb://servername when connecting to a Windows or NAS share. This is by far easier and requires no real configuration changes.
Workaround Option 2:
To force all connections to be SMB1:
echo "[default]" >> ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf; echo "smb_neg=smb1_only" >> ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf
What the command does:
How to remove the workaround:
Its a good idea to restart your mac before trying to connect to your storage again. This will clear any hung SMB processes from previous attempts to connect to your storage before implementing this workaround.
Ack, didn't realize the link didn't paste - I can't take credit. I'm more of a sercher/gatherer