I resolved this at work by correcting the DNS server to point to the domain controller (as do the PCs). At home I still can't resolve the PC host names in the windows workgroup, though they show up under the network in Finder.
I can access Windows hosts on my home (workgroup) network and work (windows domain) networks for SMB just fine, but I can't resolve any of the hostnames otherwise. For example if I go into the terminal and type "ping mywindowshost" it will not resolve to its IP address, however if I go to...
I recently did a clean install of my system with leopard and then installed the iLife apps from my tiger DVDs. All the apps work fine with the exception of iPhoto. Whenever I try and import even a single photo it just hangs forever and I have to do a force quit.
I have tried deleting the...
On windows I used Paint.net for basic image editing. On my Mac I have photoshop elements 2 which is OK but takes forever to load.
Are there any free or low cost image editors anyone can recommend for the Mac?
Since switching to a Mac there is one thing I have not found a good solution for. That is moving files around. Under Windows I would just Ctrl-X, go to the target directory and then Ctrl-V.
I find the whole drag and search for the target directory on the Mac much more cumbersome. I know I can...
I have a linux box as a file server. Sometimes when I add a file on the linux box it doesn't show up on the client PC or Mac systems. On a PC I just hit F5 to refresh and the new file shows up.
Is there an equivalent thing I can do to convince my Mac to refresh its view of the files?
Has anyone had any success with the Cisco VPN client on an Intel Mac? It connects for me on my Macbook Pro, but the connection is very unreliable - lasting a few minutes at most. This in contrast to a PC running the Cisco client on which the connection is rock solid.
I take it from the...
I bought Photoshop 6 on ebay thinking that it should work fine being a powerpc app. Problem is that the installer is a classic app! Because of this I can't install it.
Does anyone know of a way around this?
I have a powerbook G4 with Tiger. It was working fine with my wireless network - it would connect as soon as I opened up the laptop. But now it refuses to automatically connect. It lists it as an available network and connects immediately when I select it, but it won't connect by itself.
I bought the Motorola HS850 because it supports multiple pairings (BT 1.2 spec I think).
So that is not a problem.
As I said - it connects with the last device used. Otherwise the device needs to initiate the connection so it knows to switch.
That is the crux of my problem. Can I...