Recent content by amosb

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    Reconnecting to disconnected servers?

    I've got a 9.1 mp3 server sharing with AppleShare IP, which I can connect to just fine from my Mac OS X machine. But if there's an unexpected disconnect (say, interruption of the network or the 9.1 machine crashes), I can almost never fully reconnect to the server. I can see it and login to...
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    connecting to my appletalk network

    So you've probably seen this elsewhere in the forum by now, but you can only connect to Appletalk servers that have IP file sharing enabled. On the servers, go to the File Sharing control panel, and check the box that says "Enable File Sharing clients to connect over TCP/IP".
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    APPLETALK ISSUES

    So you've probably seen this elsewhere in the forum by now, but you can only connect to Appletalk servers that have IP file sharing enabled. On the servers, go to the File Sharing control panel, and check the box that says "Enable File Sharing clients to connect over TCP/IP".
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    Cube + MacOS X ? (Is this machine enough?)

    No -- neither HFS+ nor UFS (your options for OS X partitions) are journaling filesystems. Based on your other questions, I can't possibly see why you care, though. I know that this is a popular Linux wank at the moment, but the performance and recover abilities of logging and journaling...
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    color ls in terminal?

    Do you still have this problem? My only guess is that if you are trying to run it in a terminal that was opened before you installed, it didn't see it in your path. Try running <tt>rehash</tt>, which forces your shell to rescan your path and see what commands are available. (or you could just...
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    color ls in terminal?

    as a <tt>vim</tt> junkie, i cannot live without color and thus have spent years honing the most precise vimrc possible. to get color in <tt>vim</tt> (version 5 or higher) on almost any platform (including OS X), the first however many lines in your <tt>~/.vimrc</tt> should be: <pre>####...
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    Is the OS 9 finder carbonized? if it is forget Aqua!!

    You've mistakenly targeted Aqua. Aqua is the entire graphical toolbox for UI in OS X. Aqua itself is extremely powerful, and the only consistent complaint I've heard about it is that it is processor intensive. And anyway, any Carbon app is still running in Aqua, it just doesn't get access...
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