Gebruik je Spotify? Dit kwam ik op een forum tegen:
I’ve been in contact with Apple and they have confirmed that this is a known bug in the current and recent versions of OS X. They are working on a fix, but I don’t know when they will roll that out. The bug that is causing the kernel panic is being triggered when running Spotify simply because the Spotify app is making network requests (to stream music etc.) and there are several other apps that also cause the same kernel panic to occur.
Unfortunately there is nothing we can do in the Spotify app to avoid triggering the kernel bug. The suggested user workaround is to disable the built-in system firewall (System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Firewall). Whether or not that is acceptable for you I can’t say; you have to weigh the annoyance of kernel panics with the reasons for turning on the firewall in the first place.
I wish that I had some better news for you all. At least Apple are aware of the bug and are trying to fix it. I’ve sent all your kernel panic logs to them and linked this community thread. I’ll let you know if they request any further information.
I’d also like to take the opportunity to comment on some questions regarding tampering with the kernel etc. We do not install any kernel extensions or otherwise tamper with the system. The Spotify desktop client is a regular desktop application with no special system hooks. We will never require the user to install any kernel extensions and we will never ever do so behind the user’s back.
Team Lead, Spotify Desktop Client"