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    HOWTO: REPAIR MACOS X

    Here is how you repair/fix/check your disk for errors, *even* if MacOS X is on your only partition (that's what's going on on my computer). Go to System Preferences and choose Startup Disk. wait. wait. wait. wait. wait. wait some more. You will see the option to boot MacOS 9 from the same...
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    ANOTHER OS X SITE

    Don't worry guys, it's not going to destroy macosx.com ... It has a couple of tips&tricks that are interesting, like running BitchX (an irc client for un*x) Just about when I was getting to making one, I've found this: http://www.chevell.cx/macosx/
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    Joliet CDs work!!

    Guys, I can't believe this, but it seems Joliet CDs (that is CDs burnt with windows long filenames) work on MacOS X flawlessly. If you tried to read them on MacOS 9, all that you'd get was names like THISSUC~1.KSA, while the file names in MacOS X are nice long 255 character ones! Yay, Mac...
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    Joliet CDs work!!

    Guys, I can't believe this, but it seems Joliet CDs (that is CDs burnt with windows long filenames) work on MacOS X flawlessly. If you tried to read them on MacOS 9, all that you'd get was names like THISSUC~1.KSA, while the file names in MacOS X are nice long 255 character ones! Yay, Mac...
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    slow-motion minimize

    Not the most useful feature, but if you want to see your window minimize in slow motion, hold shift while clicking on the minimize button. When you click on the window in the tray and hold shift, it works too.
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    Success: iMac rev.A/233,96MB RAM

    and I had only 890 megs of free space. I chose typical install and guess what? It took only 800 megs. I was also scared about the memory requirement, but it turns out that 96 megs slow you down only if you want to run classic apps intensively! Cool thing this MacOS X. 'twas a breeze to set...
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