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    Problems after logging out

    Recently we're no longer able to logout and log back in successfully. After logging out and logging in, the dock does not appear and the restart or shutdown commands do not work, and Classic hangs while starting up. Only solution is to shutdown -r from the terminal. I've heard too many negative...
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    Adding static route

    This forum hasn't been the help I'd hoped - I had to figure this all out myself. Anyways, I mentioned above how I was able to get OS X to add the static route. To get the same thing in Classic, I purchased the program IPNetRouter from Sustainable Softworks. It provides an interface to add routes...
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    Adding static route

    Making progress. Apparently the routing code just couldn't understand how a host could be directly connected when it wasn't in the range of any connected network. I added '-netmask 255.255.255.254' to the route command, telling route that this was in fact another network (of one machine) on our...
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    Adding static route

    That would work in theory, but how can I tell the Classic app that packages the files and sends them to the imagesetter to use that alternative IP address, while everything else on the machine should use the primary IP address?
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    Adding static route

    These are not two physical networks; both devices are on the same Ethernet. Therefore, all that is needed is to add a routing table entry for each device to let them know that they can talk to each other by means of the standard en0 interface. As I said, this was working perfectly with the prior...
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    Adding static route

    We're bringing up an OS X system for graphics work. The machine needs to be able to ftp to our imagesetter, which due to licensing restrictions has a hard-wired IP address that is outside of or subnet range and cannot be changed. Our old computer, running Tenon's MachTen, was able to talk to the...
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