There is nothing unusual here. You only get the MOTD (message of the day..Welcome to Darwin) if you connect via ssh or telnet. If you just open a terminal window in OS X you will not see this. It is a message for remote users only.
There is an app called broadband optimizer available from www.versiontracker.com in their OS X section. All it does is use a shell script to tweak your settings at bootup time. The commands in the script can be tweaked at any time via the command line. In general freebsd networking should be...
I suggest you take a re-look at fink.
They have a package installer available now that will do most of the dirty work for you. Once you have that installed, learn to use dselect (just type dselect at the command line). You will have a functioning version of xwindows up and running in no time...
Here I am replying to my own question ;-)
I finally got it to work, I needed to use the flat_namespace fix (see stepwise) and I had to edit the Makefile in apache_1.3.20/src/modules/ssl
to remove libgcc and lgcc to get it to compile.
Everything works great now.
Very interesting, please report this to apple feedback. I suspect you have found a major bug and will need to partition your drive and install OS X on the first <8gig partition.
To manually install the driver find the file WirelessDriver.kext in the finder. Open a terminal window and type...
Try using the card in the upper PCMCIA card slot on your wallstreet, see if that works.
Do the lights blink on your card? If they do, the driver is installed correctly. You need to open the network preferences pane to select and configure the EN1 ethernet interface for the driver to work...
You will find an opensource driver for 10.1 and 10.0.4 at:
future updates will be posted at:
they should also be announced on versiontracker
This is outrageous! Apple have fu*ked this one up big time!
Apple has made it really difficult for early adopters to upgrade, yet made it easy for the late adopters. Go to any Apple retailer today and you would find Box sets available at $129 a pop but few free upgrade CD's.
To top it...
The easiest thing to do would be to set up an apache mirror. You will need to edit your apache config file (/etc/httpd/httpd.conf) to recognize your IP address as your servername
and have apache listen on another port like 8080
Put the image in...
The following thread is a mirror of a thread on macnn (not currently working) with info and a fix for Wavelan in 10.1.
As I say in the thread, you can expect a new 10.1 WirelessDriver in the very near future (monday at the latest, mabey sooner)...