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    Mouse Arrow speed and Kensington!!

    Ok ok.. I will play with it later dumb hahahaha I was playing with that directory just yesterday installing the new OSX screensavers and strangely they only work in root even though I enables full permissions to them. Thanks for the help ;-0
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    Mouse Arrow speed and Kensington!!

    Strangely the File: .GlobalPreferences.plist does not contain jack about the mouse on my system. Though in an interesting turn my Proformace III is listed in there and attaches a colorsync profile to it. Here is my file: <!DOCTYPE plist SYSTEM...
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    Mouse Arrow speed and Kensington!!

    Keep us informed if you find out anything. Kensington people told me they are already working on OS X Drivers and they have a Beta Test program. Cheers.
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    Mouse Arrow speed and Kensington!!

    Hi all, I own a Kensington Thinking mouse ADB in my G3 MT. Whenever I get to OS X it feels like I got into the slowest possible computer out there. I use the Kensington Mouseworks control panel in OS 9 and it has various speed settings which makes navigation so much quicker. I just hate...
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    Some Unix Knowledge

    Hahahah that was easy, thanks. Me and my unix command line approach I forgot about the GUI. Kudos.
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    How do you enable permits r/w for the system resources?

    I was able to log in as root with my admin password. type: su then enter then your old password. Then you will be logged in as root and will be able to do whatever you want with your system file. I changed my Login Screen to a cooler one just to test. BE CAREFUL!!! If you...
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    How do you enable permits r/w for the system resources?

    But this kinda sucks. In other words as a protective measure from Mac dudes to interfere with the system, those files are locked out. I will try to use "su" and change stuff arround, though it is not very intuitive compared to: The file already exists do you want to replace it with the...
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    How do you enable permits r/w for the system resources?

    I want to edit parts of the system file such as ,Tiff files and some text. Every time I try I get a message that says I have no privileges to move or erase / replace this files. I have tried "chmod" from the terminal but I still have no succes getting a message alert that command could not...
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    Some Unix Knowledge

    Hey Folks just signed in, great place. I used to work on AIX PPC r6000 workstations for 2 years or so. So i am remembering commands I used back then. Logging out from the terminal window: kill -9 -1 To quit an application from the command line: kill (Process Number from the...
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