Friday, May 27, 2011

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  • Durandal7
    Oct 13, 10:50 PM
    I pity the fool!





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  • ECUpirate44
    Mar 21, 07:12 PM
    If you don't have your blobs, then this isn't happening.

    got em





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  • Xeem
    Sep 27, 10:31 PM
    I'm using that very stick of RAM in my iBook right now, but I think that it had issues with previous Powerbook models, which was why it isn't Mac certified. Not sure if those issues were solved in the current Powerbooks.





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  • ChrisK018
    Apr 9, 10:58 AM
    ^ I just hope some more AAA games come out for it. I am nearing the end of Zelda...





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  • mad jew
    Dec 16, 05:59 PM
    That's what I thought. AFAIK, sushi's advice was referring to repairing the AirPort base station but I think this is a PowerBook issue. I could be wrong, as usual. :o





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  • Ph4lynx
    Feb 16, 09:19 PM
    for a simple carrying case i would definitly recommend the Tom Bihn brain cell, the build quality is outstanding and i know they make one that fits the 17".





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  • Hans Brix
    Feb 22, 10:36 PM
    All companies mark up the price on RAM upgrades.





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  • maturola
    Mar 3, 08:39 AM
    I know we'll know for sure real soon, but I was just wondering if there's any expectation one way or the other regarding how likely the ipad2 will be jailbreak-able, either with the current apps or with current known but unused exploits.

    way , way wayyyyyyyyyyy too early to tell, iPad2 is a whole new device, new processor, new firmware (with new drivers to support the new devices), new interfaces, new internal devices, most of drivers are going to be updated, HDMI out support, so all those changes mean that pretty much anything we curretnly have is pretty much useless, until someone can get their hands on it and on the 4.3 GM release, there isn't much work that can be done.





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  • cube
    Sep 21, 06:42 AM
    Verify if the Seagate warranty does apply if you buy an OEM drive.





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  • senseless
    May 3, 09:02 PM
    On the front page, I had a spinning beachball for a few minutes and could not exit. Doing the software update which included Safari and Java seemed to solve this problem, but I'm not sure if that was the cause.





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  • OnceUGoMac
    Jan 21, 12:50 PM
    Thanks for the review. When the iPod Shuffle was first announced, my first thought was "I'd never by that." However, I've come to see it as quite useful and it may be a perfect fit for me.





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  • belvdr
    Sep 28, 07:09 PM
    Permissions should be 744 I guess (all-read-read), maybe 755.

    .htaccess files are inherited. Put one in your root directory, and all directories will be 'protected'. :)
    You may of course over-write the inherited .htaccess parameters for a given directory with a new .htaccess file. In turn, this new file will cascade down to all sub-directories.


    Or you can edit the httpd.conf file. For the DocumentRoot, you will see a <Directory> directive. Simply put -Indexes in the Options tag. Be sure to check throughout the file. The Apache default is to make the DocumentRoot very strict, then loosen the perms later on.

    I personally prefer this method over .htaccess files, just for the cleanliness of the web directories. Also, it eliminates any file permission security holes that may pop up.

    EDIT: If you choose .htaccess files, do _not_ use 744 or 755. You want these to be 644, maximum.





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  • MacBandit
    Jul 2, 05:18 PM
    Originally posted by mnkeybsness
    clicking the finder icon will merely bring all finder windows to the front.

    i prefer the expose way of showing the finder.

    I agree Expos� is the better way as it is a simply push of a button or a click but the option to totally reveal the desktop is already there as I pointed out above. You just have to select the finder or desktop and then hit option-apple-h.





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  • Chacala_Nayarit
    Oct 23, 07:18 PM
    BBEdit and a textbook, claro que si. ;)





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  • Abstract
    Sep 20, 08:07 AM
    Worst update EVER. :D

    Look closer, dude. I think they added several new Support webpages. SWEET!





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  • Chris5488
    May 6, 04:22 PM
    What's the difference anyway (besides of the brand)?

    Is one faster? more silent? more durable?





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  • twoodcc
    Nov 26, 01:34 AM
    thanks for the reply. sorry so long for my response. here is a section of the log file that keeps repeating, i think. this is a fresh copy of leopard server on my mac pro.

    # Mac OS X SMP Console Edition ################################################
    ###############################################################################





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  • j-a-x
    Jun 23, 05:52 PM
    Fair enough, I can understand those reasons. Thanks for explaining it to me.





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  • jsw
    Jan 7, 10:12 AM
    To be specific:






    md63
    Mar 4, 11:25 AM
    Thank you for your replies. Could someone point me in the right direction on how to jailbreak 4.2.1?

    Thanks





    About2SwitchOvr
    Mar 8, 07:59 AM
    Oh thanks loads! wonder why there isnt an option built in. anyway. cheers!


    I followed these instructions exactly, and it says, "Device busy"
    I wonder what that could mean? I'm not doing anything else... any help?





    maflynn
    May 6, 09:47 AM
    Is anyone running Lion on a lower-powered machine? I'd like to hear feedback on those who have tried it on an 11" MBA.

    Search this forum, there's some threads about folks running lion on a core duo (not core 2 duo) cpu





    MaxBurn
    Apr 16, 08:45 AM
    Fullforce - make regular apps iPad compatible (sometimes erratic)





    gnasher729
    Feb 12, 02:32 AM
    Hi, I want to put some CD's that I purchased on my iTunes to put on my iPod. The only problem is that I am getting a new laptop soon, my BlackBook is dyeing.)))): Well, so far I have bought all my music on iTunes, but it's so expensive. I bought many CD's like I said, and I'm putting them on iTunes. When I plug the iPod into a new computer, it would ask me if I wanted to transfer my purchases. And everything that I bought would transfer. The songs that I got from other websites wouldn't transfer. But If I import the CD's through iTunes, will it still transfer to the new computer? Or do they have to be bought from iTunes?

    1. Go to the nearest store and buy an external hard drive that you connect to your Macintosh. Then set up Time Machine to make backups to that hard drive. (To set it up: Apple menu -> System Preferences -> Time Machine). First, this will give you a backup of everything that is on your Macintosh which will save you lots of trouble should your Macintosh ever die. And second, it lets you transfer _everything_ on your Macintosh onto your new computer.

    2. When you buy the new Mac, when you start it the first time, it will ask you whether you want to transfer data from another computer. At that point, you follow the instructions on the screen and tell it that you want to transfer data from a Time Machine backup. You plug in the external drive, and some time later the new computer contains absolutely everything that was on the old computer. Including music.

    3. Never, ever rely on an iPod to hold your music. The first place your music belongs is the iTunes library on your computer. The next place is the backup disk. Always assume that music on your iPod is temporary and could disappear any time.



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