Entries tagged “#macos”

Wed 21 September 2016

Listing macOS loaded kext paths

The default kextstat command will display only the names of loaded kernel extensions. However, there are situations when you want to know where is the kernel extension file that contains the kext code. In other words, where in the filesystem is the kext bundle located? Turns out kextstat doesn't implement … read more
Fri 22 January 2016

"Lost connection" when debugging with lldb on Mavericks

Lost connection on simple debugging session Sometimes you just have to use older system to develop some things. Not because you want to, but simply because you have to. I'm not sure if the same thing can happen on newer systems, but on Mavericks I had a following problem: box … read more