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    Login locked in Qwerty mode :-(((

    Well, I don't know then.... It worked for me. *shrug* Sorry I can't be of more help. Chris
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    Login locked in Qwerty mode :-(((

    What keyboard do you want to use? Chris Cotrell
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    Login locked in Qwerty mode :-(((

    I use the Dvorak keyboard myself, and so I was rather distraught that I had to go into QWERTY for my login screen. But I eventually figured out that if you log in as root at the login screen (using the same password as the first administrator account you created when you installed OSX), go into...
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    Don't use telnet!

    An encryption key is, as I understand it, basically a pair of huge, randomly generated prime numbers. I don't remember how it works exactly, but the fact that it is a pair is extremely important. One key is the public key, which anyone can have, and one is private, which only the owner of the...
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    Don't use telnet!

    Hmm... I don't remember having to do this, but what happened is that your keyfile is currently readable by all, which is bad, and SSHd don't like that. Go to the terminal, and type "cd /etc". Type "su" to get root access, and enter your password. Then type "chmod go-rwx ssh_host_key". This...
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    Don't use telnet!

    Okay, this is how I got SSHd working: Go into the Terminal, and cd /etc Type "su" to get root access, and enter in your password. Type "ssh-keygen -q -f ssh_host_key", hit return, and when prompted for a passphrase, just hit return again twice to enter no passphrase. This will create an...
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    Public Beta Classic Supports Appearance Themes!

    Forget rebooting into OS9 to change appearance: simply use your OS X finder to go to the Control Panels in the System Folder in the MacOS 9 folder... and open the Appearance control panel. It'll open in Classic and you can make changes there. Same goes with extensions manager, date & time, and...
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