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November 07, 2013, 08:22:35 AM
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Got a brand new Mac Mini with the same processor as my Macbook Pro (i7 2.3 quad core) and the same OS but Bitcoin won't run.  It crashes and burns with a fatal exception.  I tried it on 10.8.3 (what it shipped with), then 10.8.5 and now 10.9 and it's all the same result.

It is not a corrupted blockchain or anything else - I did a fresh install and it's the same result.


Any ideas?  Baffling to me since this computer should be nearly identical to the one it runs on except for not having a discrete video card, having a regular HD instead of SSD and 4 GB ram instead of 8 GB.  I can't see why any of this should matter for running Bitcoin.

Here is the error:

 

Here is my debug.log log file:

Code:
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EXCEPTION: N5boost12interprocess22interprocess_exceptionE      
Operation not permitted      
bitcoin in Runaway exception      



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EXCEPTION: N5boost12interprocess22interprocess_exceptionE      
Operation not permitted      
bitcoin in Runaway exception      

Can anyone help?

I also tried running 0.8.3 and 0.8.4.  This is a new computer and a fresh OS install and I have no problems with running anything else.
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Nobody can help with this issue? 
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