Our software Lodgit Desk works fine with the new operating system OS X 10.10.
Unfortunately, the database server cubeSQL is experiencing problems, though, because Apple made changes to the StartUpItems which prevents the server from automatically starting upon booting the computer.
The provider SQLabs has already provided a fix for this issue
Simply copy this script into the system folder /Library/LaunchDaemons. After, restart your computer and go to Applications > System Preferences > cubeSQL to check if the server is running.
If it is not running, you need to change the privileges for the file. To do that, go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal and enter the following command: sudo chown root:wheel /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.sqlabs.cubesql.plist
Restart again to make sure the server is running.
If you feel these instructions are too difficult or you fear you might not be doing it right, please contact us. We can provide you with a tool that will do these steps upon double-clicking.
SQLabs also noted that with the next update for cubeSQL, this script will be implemented automatically.