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    APPLE REFUSES ALL NEW IDEAS

    I think almost everybody missed the most important point here... It's not that they're being mean and not considering your ideas AND its not that they want to steal ideas that you are giving them. Think about this, if you had a company and you were coming up with an idea that is new on the...
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    I want my sftp

    I need to find out if anybody has got sftp running on this platform ...where can I get it ...and how to install
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    JSP and servlet (EJB too)

    http://www.orionserver.com/ this is not only a servlet and jsp engine but its a webserver and it's pure java installed the package and ran it by following the docs its pretty easy, has examples and I made modifications to jsps and classes and saw good results that's it :) -lister
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    JSP and servlet (EJB too)

    has anybody successfully run a servlet engine on os X yet? I've been trying with the j2ee and I've got some things to run (ie. cloudscape) but j2ee has native methods so I may need to compile the source ( if I can get my hands on gcc) So if any of you have been successful it would be great to...
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    sftp

    ok here's the next thing we need to accomplish SFTP and SFTPD! any ideas anyone? -Lister
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    OS X on Intel! Sign petition!

    I'm torn about this issue, because Apple gets to make the first real consumer operating system that makes end users and geeks happy alike; and now there's pressure to throw it on hardware that isn't Apple's and that prospect will seem like its washing out Apple's identity and that can be scary...
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    Ask Apple for these (please!)

    If they didn't keep the terminal I would drop Apple like a hot potato! -Lister
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    Enabling Telnet access

    sorry for the double posts I think I pushed the back button when I shouldn't have.... Yeah you got it Saddam would at least have an acct on your system...which is too much ground gained even if they can't get any further...because there are always more vulnerabilities from then on... -Lister
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    Enabling Telnet access

    First of all, starting a telnet window to telnet to the outside world will not automatically open up your computer to attack...if anything it will just risk your acct on the remote system and/or the isp you are telnetting to. It really has nothing to do with your system unless you synchronized...
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    Enabling Telnet access

    First of all, starting a telnet window to telnet to the outside world will not automatically open up your computer to attack...if anything it will just risk your acct on the remote system and/or the isp you are telnetting to. It really has nothing to do with your system unless you synchronized...
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    access multi-word folder names in the shell

    or you can use tab completion by hitting tab once you are part of the way through or use a backslash before a weird character ...such as a space eg. cd Desktop\ Folder/ -Lister
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    access multi-word folder names in the shell

    or you can use tab completion by hitting tab once you are part of the way through or use a backslash before a weird character ...such as a space eg. cd Desktop\ Folder/ -Lister
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    SSH

    hey massebasse here's what I recently figured out after schnell wrote to me: /usr/bin/ssh-keygen -d -f /etc/ssh_host_dsa_key let it generate then hit enter when it asks for the passphrase (I assume the system needs to get to it so we don't want to password it I hope this is correct )...
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    Trying to find things out

    /usr/bin/ssh-keygen -d -f /etc/ssh_host_dsa_key let it generate then hit enter when it asks for the passphrase (I assume the system needs to get to it so we don't want to password it I hope this is correct ;) ) ssh-keygen -f /etc/ssh_host_dsa_key same deal here then you run sshd and...
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    Trying to find things out

    I tried to generate it...but it doesn't recognize the file....still trying though
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    Trying to find things out

    its already there on the system ;) -Lister
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    Enabling Telnet access

    ok here's how ... log in as root command: su then enter your main password then cd to /etc pico inetd.conf or use vi or emacs to edit it ;) then uncomment the line saying telnet the # is the commenting symbol...just remove it from the line that begins with 'telnet' save it then...
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    Trying to find things out

    Here's a couple of things I am trying to accomplish and I'm wondering if any of you can help: 1. I want to see if you can redirect x displays from remote computers to the Mac OS X displays and vice versa eg telnet to remote host shell and execute: export DISPLAY xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0.0...
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