To Mac or not to Mac?
What ho, pre-pressers! Long time no post, or view, come to that. No
doubt some of you will remember me as I see that many of same crowd are
**STILL** here after all these years. Grettings to Aandi, Ted, Lee,
Allen...well, to you all, not forgetting Mr Shagnasty, who I am
gratified can still find something to say after all this time.
Right, greetings over, down to brass tacks. My early retirement plan has
sadly fallen through and I find myself back at the coal face possessed
of some pretty antideluvian equipment with which to earn a crust for the
Tree family. So I'm looking for **SE...Mac to mac
I just remembered these groups and wondered if someone here could tell
me whether what I'd like to do is possible. (NO ONE around here knows
anything about Macs)
I have a G4 that was the top of the line in 1998. It will die one of
these days. It's currently running OS 9.2.2. Someone else(who now lives
far away) installed the internal modem, SCSI for my scanner, and my
floppy drive (so I didn't have to go through hundreds of them for the
bits and pieces I might someday want again). I still have the floppies
and a number of Zips, all of which this computer can read.
Install...When is a Mac not a Mac?
This was posted in a forum recently and I thought it brought up some
very interesting points relating to the Eula. For reference:
This question is related to licensing OS X on a machine. The EULA says
it has to be an Apple computer, before the Apple License will apply,
which means Apple will only support OS X on Apple machines. So, I'm
wondering, when is a machine considered an Apple Mac, for the purposes
of Licensing and recieving support? Say I buy a Mac from Apple. Then the
hard drive fails, and I replace that with an ...change mac address get mac address spoofing mac address find computer by mac address
Mac Address Spoofing Report
Victor J. Canny D.
Abstract: Mac address can uniquely identifies each node of a network,
ISPs and network administrators use mac address to manage their pc
users. PC users may want to spoof mac address so that he need not to
contact with ISP for a new network interface card (NIC); PC users may
want to hide his mac address so that totally hide his information on
Mac address, short for Media Access Control address, is a hardware
address that uniquely identifies each node of a network.
It means, in a local area network (LAN) or oth...Help! iSync mac to mac
Am I right in saying that with iSync, if you want to sync 2 macs
together (address book, iCal etc.) the only way to do this is via a
..Mac account, even if those computers are sitting not 5 feet from each
other, both Airport equipped? If this is the case, I've never heard
anything so ridiculous. Is this just part of another apple scam to get
more money out of us?
Does anyone know if this is indeed the case, and can you recommend any
other sync software out there?
I'm setting up an iMac, eMac and powerbook g4 for a friend's office,
all running OSX Panther, and you'd think basi...It's a Mac, Mac, Mac World
I wonder how the Windows users would like my (ab)normal Microsoft-free
My business: all Mac, no PCs. My dentist, family physician and
urologist are all Mac. No PCs.
Went to Sir Speedy today for more bus. cards and some binding: all Mac
(no surprise there).
My daughter's three new college room mates have emailed her. Two have
PowerBooks and one has an eMac. (She has a G5 iMac.)
I never even see a PC unless I am at the public library or a store using
a Windows POS unit.
It never was intentional. I don't scout a place to see what frickin'
computer they use. Just happened. Kind of weird.
Nice! At work I'm stuck on Windows, plus at home my roommate and
girlfrield both use Windows. Good thing is I have my ibook at work and
both my roommate and gf are getting Macs after their Dell's are paid
off. They use Mac's at work and see how my PowerMac at home works
while their PeeCee's hose daily. They hate Windows now :)
So i'm getting there :)
"OldCSMAer" <olddog@kennelsINVALID.com> wrote in message
>I wonder how the Windows users would like my (ab)normal Microsoft-free
> My business: all Mac, no PCs. My dentist, family physician and
> urologist are all Mac. No PCs.
> Went to Sir Speedy today for more bus. cards and some binding: all Mac
> (no surprise there).
> My dau...bmp-mac, mac and xmms-mac ports
I can't find these in the ports collections, so i've downloaded and compiled
mac and xmms-mac successfully and have confirmed that they work on FreeBSD.
I was looking for an APE (Monkey Audio) plug-in for XMMS in the ports
collection but wasn't able to find one.
I had a bit of trouble with compiling xmms-mac to start off with.
The compilation would fail with the following:
g++ -I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/X11R6/include/xmms -I/usr/local/include/gtk12 -I/usr/local/include/glib12 -I/usr/local/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -s -O3 -Wall -pedantic -DBUILD_CROSS_PLATFORM -g -O2 -o
fileinfo.o -Wl,-E -L/usr/X11R6/lib -L/usr/local/lib -lgtk-12 -lgdk-12 -lgmodule-12 -lglib-12 /usr/local/lib/libintl.so /usr/local/lib/libiconv.so -lXi -lXext -lX11 -lm -lxmms /usr/lib/libmac.so -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/lib -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/lib
/usr/local/lib/libgthread-12.so.3: undefined reference to
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/home/net147/xmms-mac-0.3.1/src.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/home/net147/xmms-mac-0.3.1.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/home/net147/xmms-mac-0.3.1.
However i've managed to fix this by deleting the extracts files,
re-extracting the files again, adding -lpthread to the configure.in file
and then running autoconf to regenerate the configure script before
# diff starts here
--- configure.in.old Sun Dec 10 14:24:01 2006
+++ configure.in Sun Dec 10 14:24:...Mac Miail on .mac
I have my own domain name. Is there a way to get msil under .mac to set this
as the reply to address. It seems that I am forced to use the @mac address
but I could well be missing something.
> I have my own domain name. Is there a way to get msil under .mac to set this
> as the reply to address. It seems that I am forced to use the @mac address
> but I could well be missing something.
Open a new Mail message - press Command-Alt-R to display the Reply-To field.
chuenginsberg at mac dot com
On Sun, 21 Jan 2...mac to mac connection
PBG3 400 OS 10.3
I connect a crossover cable between my PB, and other macs running OS9,
and can not mount see the other mac on my PB. Have followed the Help,
but must be doing something wrong somewhere. I can however see/connect
to my PB from the peripheral mac via the Chooser.
I have not been able to connect to windoze machines either, but maybe
that will rsolve if I can get mac to mac sharing happening.
Can someone suggest what I may be overlooking or a relevant site... ?
University of Adelaide
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Chris Brown <email@example.com> wrote:
> PBG3 400 OS 10.3
> I connect a crossover cable between my PB, and other macs running OS9,
> and can not mount see the other mac on my PB. Have followed the Help,
> but must be doing something wrong somewhere. I can however see/connect
> to my PB from the peripheral mac via the Chooser.
> I have not been able to connect to windoze machines either, but maybe
> that will rsolve if I can get mac to mac sharing happening.
> Can someone suggest what I may be overlooking or a relevant site... ?
> thanks indeed
> Chris Brown
> University of Adelaide
Chris, things won't necessarily connect automagically. First, you have
to turn on "File Sharing" on both machines. If you have an OS 9 box,
when y...MAC to MAC connectivity
As part of a design that I'm investigating, I am looking at connecting
a number of FPGA based MACs to a dedicated broadcom switch chip. The
difficulty with this is that to interface both chips, I need to have
two closely coupled and redundant PHY .
Is it possible to connect two MAC (SGMII) directly point-to-point,
bypassing the PHY completely? Or is it necessary to have at least some
PHY functionality, even if it is a point to point link?
> As part of a design that I'm investigating, I am looking at connecting
> a number...MAC to MAC over Internet
First I will tell you that I am not a MAC user or owner so please be
I have a friend who runs a small business and they have two MAC
computers in the office that are networked together and share files.
The main MAC has approx 20,000 files that they share and update.
One of the people will be moving away and they want to be able to
connect over the Internet to the main MAC and share the files just
like they do in the office today. They need to be able to have the
master files on the main MAC in the office and allow the other person
to easily access and update the master ...When is a Mac no longer a Mac?
OK, so Apple's going to go to Intel CPUs. Now Macs are no longer
differentiated by a slow clock and superior instruction set--we've got
the same hackjob clusterfuck on speed PCs have been using for decades
now. And over the last few years Apple's gone away from SCSI, NuBus,
ADB, Localtalk, etc. And PCs have picked up USB, dropped floppies, and
colored their cases. The hardware's basically merging between the two
On the software side, the classic MacOS is gone, replaced by Unixy
stuff. And like it or not, higher up on the UI level lots of
Years ago, I set up a Mac network (under OS9) with a VPN router and some
software on a remote PowerBook that allowed VPN access. I'm not terribly
familiar with OSX yet, but I understand that much of this functionality
is now built in. Can anybody steer me in the right direction as far as
hardware, software and configuration? Here's the setup I envision:
- Small LAN running two Macs and a printer with a DSL
connection through a router.
- Remote PowerBook connected to the net varyingly with
dial-up, DSL (wired), and AirPort.
- Use the PowerBook to securely connect to at l...Mac to MAc Firewire
Looking for some help.
I am trying to use a 6-6pin 1394 cable to connect two iBooks together and
transfer some large files.
iBook 1 dual USB 'white' iBook OS 9.2
iBook 2 G4 OSx 10.2
I boot iBook 1 into 'target drive' mode and get the firewire icon dancing
about the screen then connect it to iBook 2
but the drive does not appear on the desktop. I have tried all combinations
of rebooting/ connecting before and after rebooting
but nothing seams to work.
When the firewire is plugged in the target disk makes a short noise then
nothing the host does not appear to react at ...networking mac to mac???
Hello, Can someone out there tell me the best (easy) way to network a
ibook running os.9??? possibly to a new imac running osx
5wak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello, Can someone out there tell me the best (easy) way to network a
> ibook running os.9??? possibly to a new imac running osx
Put an ethernet cable between them, enable tcp/ip and file sharing on
one and log on from the other, seems to be what you are asking for? And
you do not need a cross-over cable between modern Macs.
For contact info, run the following in Terminal:
echo 361993718603049801070734...Mac advocacy again: Springer changes to Mac
Here's a bit of Mac advocacy for the US Independence Day.
=46rom the article:
In a YouTube video, posted below the fold, CEO Mathias D=F6pfner lists
four reasons for the change:
Most of the company=92s layout work was already being done on Macs
Macs are more user friendly than other computers
Apple creates the most elegant computers
Macs are cheaper to buy and easier to maintain than they were in the
Dave Fritzinger wrote:
> Here's a bit of Mac advocacy for the US Independence Day.
> From the article:
> In a YouTube video, posted below the fold, CEO Mathias D�pfner lists
> four reasons for the change:
> Most of the company�s layout work was already being done on Macs
> Macs are more user friendly than other computers
> Apple creates the most elegant computers
> Macs are cheaper to buy and easier to maintain than they were in the
> Dave Fritzinger
> Honolulu, HI
It also said they'll be running OS X, Windows Vista and Windows XP on
these machines, so basically they have just added an additonal OS to
"Apple creates the most elegant computers". Wow, I'm glad he's not
the CEO of my company.
In article <baidnd-wU5XcKPPVnZ2dnUVZ_hKdnZ2d@giganews.com>,
Steve de Mena <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dave Fritzinger wrote:
> > Here's a bit...Anyone got Mac classic Mac emulation running well on their Intel Mac?
Despite switching to DOSBox and VMware's Fusion with WinXP to handle my
classic gaming needs, there are still a bunch of classic MacOS games I'm
desperate to run on my Intel Mac.
I've tried and failed to get Ballisk and SheepShaver running. Mini vMac
runs but has a nasty, nasty habbit of corrupting disk images opened in
both it and OSX.
Has anyone had any sucess? Why is classic Mac emulation so way behind
other emulation efforts? With Amiga emulation running it's surprising
classic Mac emulation is so far behind :-(
Jamie Kahn Genet
If you&...How to crush a Mac with a Windows mac....
Save yourself 200%
On Friday, October 23, 2015 at 3:29:40 PM UTC-4, MuahMan wrote:
> Save yourself 200%
On 10/23/15 12:29 PM, MuahMan wrote:
> Save yourself 200%
Please quote where the person doing the testing said it "crushed" anything?
He actually seems to say that the iMac is faster than his "Hackintosh",
Brian, and once you factor in the pu...Why are you a Mac User? ( from Mac 360)
"Why are you a Mac user? What makes a Mac a �Mac� and why is it better,
in general, than a Windows PC?
What�s the reason you went Mac and why doesn�t everyone else? Good
questions. Got a good answer?
In general, I get asked this question more than any other (except
something to do with my name): �Why are you a Mac user?� Or, the nearly
as popular, �What�s so special about Macs?� "
You can read the article and the answers....
"The measure of a man is what he will do while
expecting that he will get nothing in return!"
"Jim Polaski" <jpolaski@NOSPMync.net> wrote in message
> "Why are you a Mac user? What makes a Mac a OMac� and why is it better,
> in general, than a Windows PC?
Because it costs more, it stands to reason it would be better.
> What�s the reason you went Mac and why doesn�t everyone else? Good
> questions. Got a good answer?
I like to be different from all the others.
> In general, I get asked this question more than any other (except
> something to do with my name): OWhy are you a Mac user?� Or, the nearly
> as popular, OWhat�s so special about Macs?� "
My computer is like a friend to me it's always there when I need it. Not
> You can read the article and the answers....
>...Component Macs (was upmarket macs)
MR_ED_of_Course <OhNoSPAM@pacbell.net> wrote in message news:<BBE47A10.28558%OhNoSPAM@pacbell.net>...
> >> It was
> >> very much an open computer at a time when the trend was to produced closed
> >> computers. Of course the original Mac was a major change in direction for
> >> Apple, but that was to serve a large market segment.
> > by modular I meant component-wise modularity, even more than what
> > Wintel has to offer.
> > The G5 is basically a monolithic beast. Good luck upgrading the DVD
> > dri...Media Mac, HTPC Mac
I'm going to write an article in MacWorld about connecting a Mac to
your TV in a fashion where mouse and keyboard is not part of the
I wanted to see if any of you guys think I've missed anything here, in
the basic setup of the article:
ATI Remote Wonder
Keyspan Express / Digital Remote
IRTrans (IR Receiver)
iRed (for IRTrans)
Connect360 (for connection to Xbox 360)
Menufela (to hide menu bar)
Menushade (to dim menubar)
iTheater Just to mention, it's alpha
MythTV Just to mention, it's an advanced setup
Settings in the OS
Energy saver off
Bluetooth auto-connect off
Automatic software update oss
Restart at power failure
Don't play DVD videos automatically
EPG settings for EyeTV in Sweden
Applescript/Automator to set up actions such as "Watch DVD".
Something I've forgotten? It's going to be a 6-page article, so there
is always room for more. :)
And for you Windows fans - yes, I know that Windows Media Center does
all of the above out of the box. The Mac most certainly isn't there
yet, and the headline of the article is probably going to be somethi...WakeOnLAN Mac to Mac over the net?
My mother's trusty 4+ year old iMac G5 is starting to have heat issues
(Northbridge over 180� F with occasional kernel panics), so we've
configured it to sleep when not in use.
So I wanted to see if I could get Wake On LAN working over the net, but
so far haven't had success. The computer is connected directly to a
cable modem - no router, and has the OS X firewall turned on. The System
Preferences > Energy Saver > Power Adapter > Options > Wake for Ethernet
administrator access checkbox is checked. I have an Airport Extreme on
my end, which doesn't do any ...Is .mac and back to my mac on topic?
If it is, I'll post a message about them.
Support the troops: Bring them home ASAP.
Michelle Steiner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If it is, I'll post a message about them.
LOL! Oh, and IMO, yes.
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In article <1igqml2.90lqaz1h7auzpN%mikePOST@TOGROUPmacconsult.co...Office:Mac / Intel Macs
Please forgive me if this material has been previously covered.
However, I would like to get some information from trustworthy sources,
and I think this is one place to start.
Basically, I am wondering about the performance of Office:Mac on Intel
Macs (in Rosetta).
Is it responsive?
Please let me know how it runs, with as much detail is warranted. I'm
considering an Intel Mac, but there's no way I'm going to buy one if I
have to use my PowerPC MS Office in emulation that slogs along.
Thanks much for your help.
> Hi everybody.
> Please forgive me if this material has been previously covered.
> However, I would like to get some information from trustworthy sources,
> and I think this is one place to start.
> Basically, I am wondering about the performance of Office:Mac on Intel
> Macs (in Rosetta).
> Is it responsive?
> Please let me know how it runs, with as much detail is warranted. I'm
> considering an Intel Mac, but there's no way I'm going to buy one if I
> have to use my PowerPC MS Office in emulation that slogs along.
> Thanks much for your help.
I have Office:Mac 2004 on a MacBook Pro (1.83/15"/1 Gig Ram). Word and
Excel seem to work fine, though they are a bit slower launching than
they are on my PowerMac G5/2.0 or on my iMac G5/2.0. My only complaint
is about PowerPoint. Powerpoint 2004 is much slower on both my G5s
than PowerpointX was. This is...[OT] A Mac emulator for... Mac. ;-)
The Mac on Linux emulator now has a native Mac port of the software.
It still isn't as 'user friendly' as typical Mac applications are
(i.e. you have to use disk utility to create disk images) and there's
no Tiger support yet (either as host or guest), but on the flip side
I hear it gets pretty good performance and with support hopefully
they can get those usability and Tiger issues fixed. :-) In addition
to running Mac OS X, it also allows developers to run Classic Mac OS
and PPC Linux under emulation.
This also makes me wonder what options would be ava...