Wow, I was lucky.. /private/var/db/netinfo held some backups of my NetInfo database. I was able to copy the information from local.nidb.old into local.nidb and the machine once again functioned normally. :D
ALWAYS BACKUP YOUR NETINFO DATABASE BEFORE TRYING SKANKWARE!!!!!!
Words to live by.. :P
(still trying to reply..)
Airport WORKS GREAT!!!! Signal strength seems a bit less than it would under 9.1, but still, it's solid.
The network control panel is where they kind of moved Location Manager.. it's a bit confusing, but works. I miss the Location Manager. :(
Classic works GREAT...
there's a line in /etc/rc.boot that will change the hostname back to localhost. Change that line, reboot. Life is good. :)
Apache is sweet. They've made a nice little "About Apache Web Sharing" page in your /Users/Sites folder :)
Having Apache here ROCKS.. my GOD it's cool...
Holy shit, I didn't know so many people would reply!!
It's working great for me.. people said that 4K78 was this oh-so-slow build, but it's not slow at all on a G4/400 Powerbook with 384mb RAM....
Expect a LOT of updates out of Apple in the next few weeks.
Already a lot more Carbonized...
Yup.. went down to the local Staples, and there they were... 2 copies! My girlfriend went zinging by me, grabbed both of them, and had hopped over to the register before I could blink twice.
She's STILL bouncing around the house.
So far.. I'm happy. Very happy. :-)
Just wanna change the...
God, Claris Emailer kicked more ass than anything that ever kicked ass before? I love it. I LOVE EMAILER. I wish it would be carbonized, given IMAP and LDAP support and used to replace Mail.app, that's how much I love it.
/me cries woefully
GAH, I cut too much out.. but it actually says this:
Apache/1.3.14 Server at localhost.(censored).com Port 80
Don't forget this:
[localhost:/usr/sbin] root# httpd -v
Server version: Apache/1.3.14 (Darwin)
Server built: 10/13/00 19:19:06
Uhh... I think I fixed it.
The apachectl script didn't really work like I thought it would, and I did ./httpd stop too, which seems to have confused it.
ps -aux |grep httpd and ps -aux |grep apache and KILL -9 the process numbers... then re-check to make sure they were all really dead...
http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla - Note that it's definately a work in progress, so it'll obviously have some bugs (and some darn debugging code) but I really haven't had too many problems with it.
I downloaded and unpacked the new Apache.. first, it dumped everything in my own home directory and created "System" "Library" and "/usr" in my home directory. Probably my fault, but oh well.. so I deleted all that crap, moved the tarball to / and unpacked it there. Yay! It...