We have a 400 with V4R5 that will be moved to a remote spot in our plant.
Currently it is wired to the network, but no wires exist at the new spot. I
have no experience with wirelessly hooking up a 400!!!
We have an access point (2Wire Portal).
1. What do I buy to connect to the 400 to the access point?
2. Or do I need to use a bridge: 400-to-bridge -))))((((-
3. Or is there another (hopefully simple) way?
I am assuming that any units must be configured via a PC & not the 400. -?
There are plenty of ways to achieve this, main concern is perform...What ever happened to?
Anyone know what ever happened to Lawrence Kirby and Dan Pop and Kaz?
They used to be some of the most influential posters here on c.l.c
(among others who are still around). I sure miss their segacity.
"jaysome" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Anyone know what ever happened to Lawrence Kirby and Dan Pop and Kaz?
> They used to be some of the most influential posters here on c.l.c
> (among others who are still around). I sure miss their segacity.
The nature of Usenet is that people come and go. Lawrence Kirby made a brief
reappearance recentl...how to go wireless./
I have a laptop Toshiba 2180CDT and a Nokia 5165 cell phone.
what do I need to be able to get and send e-mails and get on the internet while
on the road?
Looking to expand Seniors (55 + ) Daytime Pool League
Toss the phone away. It does not appear to allow a computer hook up to it.
(At least it is not in the manual.) You need a phone that allows a serial
port access to it like a Qualcom 2035 or better.(Kyocera) Then you can do a
direct dial up using your serial port and connect to your ISP at around
14.4K. The other option and the one I use is to sign up for a 3G servic...Going Wireless
I'm about to make the move from a dial-up to wireless if I can.
Anybody help with:
A wireless card for eCs 1.1?
Security issues I'll need to look at?
I have a 800mhz Ibook. I am thinking of going wireless, the appeal of the
internet while watching TV! boy that sounds so sad...
Anyway since I have the Ibook I bet I will need an airport card instead of a
3rd party card. What about base units? Do I have to use the airport base
station or can I use any others?
The Ibook doesn't have any card slots. The airport card would go in an
> From what I've heard, you don't have to have an AirPort base station --
> third-party wireless base stations work as well. However, I think t...What ever happened to...
It's still listed as one of Paul Allen's *achievements* on his website:
The Texeme Construct
...Confirmed: never, Ever, EVER use nreverse unless you (I mean I) damn well know what is going on
I had no idea nreverse could reach this deep (amounting to shallow
This is the code snippet:
(let ((data (tecplot-data data-pod var :type :boundary :avg avg)))
(coerce (reverse data) 'vector)))
Now (tecplot-data ... ) amounts to
(aref (data object) 6)
where (data object) returns a vector of 9 lists.
`data' never existed in the let construct, and the direct reference to
the original list was maintained across two function calls. Makes
perfect sense in retrospect, but for a while I thought I was seeing
Back t...linksys wireless router wired to XP box, going wireless to Mac (I keep loosing the DSL connection)
I can get it hooked up to my XP box, but after some time (sometime 5
inutes, sometimes 30 minutes) to connection dies. I then have to
reset to router by pushing the reset button to get it back.
How can I fix this? Does it have something to do with my IP address?
I think I only get 1 dynamic IP address for my DSL
...What ever happened to the MacAir?
Wasn't that "revolutionary" also?
You never hear a whisper about that underpowered, useless attempt to
dominate the netbook market.
On Apr 15, 12:27=A0pm, "Mocassin joe" <joemocasa...@aol.com> wrote:
> Wasn't that "revolutionary" also?
> You never hear a whisper about that underpowered, useless attempt to
> dominate the netbook market.
It's right here.....
On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 12:27:44 -0400, Mocassin joe wrote:
> Wasn&...What ever happened to Loadstar?
It seems like they have closed down business or aren't advertising
...Info on going Wireless
I would appreciate suggestions on how best to get up to speed on the
options for switching from ethernet to wireless for our home offices?
I'd like to learn about the different types of wireless and the pros and
cos, especially dependability and security. I was going to start with
Adam Engst's book but haven't got there yet.
My wife seems to have tired of the ethernet cables. I guess she has a
point since I said they'd only be on the stairs from her office to mine
for a short time. Think that was 2 years ago. ;) ;)
I tried wireless about 3 years ago and it would keep dr...what ever happened to BlueFlash?
On 6/26/2012 10:24 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sounds like getting it working crushed his soul. The CFFA3000 was
probably another blow - it does everything he was after except the
bluetooth. Did you send him an email?
Le mardi 26 juin 2012 16:24:46 UTC+2, (inconnu) a =E9crit=A0:
I think the iDisk was the final BlueFlash card.
Alas, the fairy is gone...
...What ever happened to Symantec
Two of our key machines, they back up to the servers of cause, but because
of the importance of the machines to the company I decided to go for
mirroring too. The problem of mirroring client PCs is that a year or so
after the mirror is started the user is likely to have forgotten to check
the mirror is active, if they do happen to get a message that tells them on
boot that one of their mirror pair is offline, they wont see it.
So you have an important machine hanging by a thread and no one knows it.
So I thought I would give ghost another run, I had tried it a long time ago
and basically t...ATT wireless a no-go
I just had AT&T Uverse service installed, replacing Comcast cable. The
desktop, running Debian etch, performs with an ethernet connection, but I
can't get wireless going on a laptop, IBM T30, also etch.
The card is recognized:
wlan0: vendor: 'NETGEAR WG511 54 Mbps Wireless PC Card'
wlan0: ethernet device [MAC addreess] using NDIS driver
netwg511 . . .
I changed /etc/network/interfaces:
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
wireless key *...What ever happened to Oxford?
I used to really enjoy bantering with him. I had some very friendly
off-newsgroup conversations with him in private email. His private
email address was an official Apple address and the name had something
to do with changing the world.
Honestly, I was wondering because he stopped posting somewhere around
the time that Jobs got pretty sick. Wondering if anybody has hear of
him since then?
All arguing aside and everything, he was actually a very nice and
intelligent guy who helped me with Apple related IT issues on more
than one occasion.
"jerryeveretts" <ifreeley@...What ever Happen to that 48G?
A while back Mitch Tompson was offered a 48G to the best reason. I was
wondering what happened with that? What was the winning reason? Anyone know?
(See the original, errr second, thread)
"MG" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> A while back Mitch Tompson was offered a 48G to the best reason. I was
> wondering what happened with that? What was the winning reason? Anyone
...Going wireless... a few questions
Up until just recently I had no need of a wireless connection. Now that
my wife just bought one of the new little G4 iBooks, I'm thinking I'd
like to try the wireless route but I don't really want to give up the
speed of my hardwired connection. I have a few simple questions
regarding all of this.
1 - IS a wireless connection slower than my hardwired Comcast one?
2 - If I do go wireless, what options, other than Apple's Airport, work
with printing,(I just read a bit of George Graves wireless thread)?
3 - Can I mix wireless and hardwired so I can increase the number of
...What ever happened to PageMill?
For us Desktop Publisher types, what is there for us in OSX, like
PageMill? I liked PageMill's DTP type of interface. Is there a
American Association Against Acronym Abuse And Also Ambiguity.
There is Go Live CS, by guess who: Adobe.
> For us Desktop Publisher types, what is there for us in OSX, like
> PageMill? I liked PageMill's DTP type of interface. Is there a
> reasonable replacement?
> Member AAAAAAAA
> American Association Against Acronym Abuse And Also Ambiguity.
In article <m...What ever happened with Wimp2?
It looks like the last release was in 1999.
I haven't tried running it yet, but it looks like a good proof of
concept of putting a PMT layer on top of RISC OS, and allowing CMT
apps to run alongside it, to gradually move to a more PMT-compatible
system without having to rearchitect the entire OS in one go. Also,
the PMT layer could have support for multiprocessing, to take
advantage of multi-core CPUs (or a Hydra with five StrongARMs stuffed
in it, but that'd be bus starved anyway.)
Are there any downsides to such an approach? Yes, there'd have to be
bugs that would be worked out...What ever happened to devfs?
Anybody know? It was dead useful since you didn't have 1,000 device nodes
that were jsut confusing the issue. I used the patch on SuSE 7.2 and was
impressed. However, upgrading the kernel for fixes meant that I had to
rerun the changes. A bit of a PITA. I was hoping that it would become the
default. It doesn't look like it. Any reason why?
On 28-may-2004, Mark Hackett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote�:
> Anybody know? It was dead useful since you didn't have 1,000 device nodes
> that were jsut confusing the issue. [...]
In 2.6 kernels, it is ph...What do I need to go wireless?
I have the main computer (DELL 8300) upstairs in my home. It's
connected to a cable modem (Comcast), works great. It is in my office
area and has to stay there. The wife has a knee problem and would
rather not have to climb stairs to use the PC/internet. We had a DELL
(2200, I think) small desktop given to us. Both machines are Windows XP
I'd like to have the small downstairs unit to be able to access
email/internet, etc. The upstairs DELL 8300 is on all the time.
So, I was wondering, what do I need in both of these machines to
Thanks ...Confused re wireless standards
I'm planning a wireless set up in my home, between a desktop and
printer on a lower level, and a laptop on an upper level of my house,
and am a little confused about exactly what the latest wireless
I read about 802.11 a-g and different transmission frequencies used
and possible interference from home phones tv's etc.
For all practical purposes what should I be concerned with in deciding
which wireless routers and laptop cards to buy?
Do some wireless device manufacturers products have a more reliable
reputation than other?
Should cost be the guiding factor? I'd app...What ever happened to stem(1)?
Does anyone know why stem(1) was dropped from AIX 5.1? Is there some
replacement I should be using instead?
...Is MobileMe ever going to work?
WTF, my poor old neighbor.
Apple is making and selling some seriously broken shit lately.
> WTF, my poor old neighbor.
> Apple is making and selling some seriously broken shit lately.
Apple just announced they are extending everyone's subscriptions an
*additional* 60 days on top of the 30 days already offered. (This
was supposedly done in an email to all subscribers, but I haven't
received it yet. They probably can't send mail to everyone at once
without breaking it).
I hope John tells them that he has had "ZERO problems" and declin...