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    Powerbook G4/12"/867 noises after upgrade to 10.3.2

    Hi there! I've upgraded my system from 10.3.1 to 10.3.2 a few days ago and ever since it seems that my powerbook will trigger active cooling at a lower temperature than before and will likewise stop cooling after a longer period of fan runtime. This produces rapidly more noise in the average...
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    Most users online anniversary

    A year ago, over 190 people were visiting the forum at the same time. Today, exactly a year later, (right now) there are 15 or so. What was going on a year ago? Or else: Are visits generally decreasing? I mean, the community is still growing, but looking at my macosx.com email edition, new...
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    Confusion With StartUp Frameworks

    I have been installing several startup frameworks that automatically load my scripts. It works perfectly fine for all of them exept for ipfw in "Firewall/Firewall". Im 99.9 % sure, there is everything alright with the StartupParameters.plist, the permissions and so on. Yet, there must be...
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    iMac can't do the expanded desktop !?

    I recently treated myself to a new screen that I - not exclusively but also - wanted to connect to my iMac (G4) and I was shocked to see the Mac being only capable of the pityful, oftentimes useless mirrowing mode. I remember my old Intel-Notebook which had half the video-memory/power and could...
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    Inadvertent computer damage...

    I always love to hear stories about how people accidently sent hardware, software, data (anything computer related) to heaven... I mean don't get me wrong, I really feel bad the electronic devices, but I just love the human reactions from a distant perspective ;) For example, I rember one day...
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    Changing my keymap in the command line?

    I've been roaming the ADC for quite a time and definetely learned a lot about input/keyboard-handling with cocoa - unfortunately in exchange for the answer to my actual question, namely, how I can simply change my keymap with a flat command in the terminal or the console. As Apple gives so much...
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