Your console login counts as 1 user, and each terminal connection to your machine (local and/or remote) counts as a user too.Originally posted by MacCheetah3
I don't understand completely why mine says 2 users but at the current time I am also running Hotline Client 1.8.5 in Classic (9.2.1). I'm guessin' that's why. That's kinda cool I didn't know you could do that. Sweet! Learn somethin' new everyday. Thanks guys and cyas!
My first guess is you didn't install the BSD package when you installed OSX; uptime is in that package, which I believe isn't selected by default (but it has been many months since I installed, so could be wrong).Originally posted by NielZ
When ik type it: I get this:
[localhost:~] nielz% uptime
uptime: Command not found.
kinda weird (imo)
Actually, that means you haven't applied an update for Win2k in a while, have you? Which means you're still vunerable to Code Red, among other things, right? Uhm...what's your IP address again?Originally posted by ischorr
You're right, I only play games on the Win2k box about 25% of the time.
And I haven't had OS X.1 crash yet, though I don't play games on it, maybe that's why...
You may have figured this out by now, but the new build corresponds to the security update that you got when you ran Software Update. It fixed the problem where you could access root by going through 'recent apps' or something like that. There is an additional update that plugs a hole in IE where it would run an app after it finished downloading.Originally posted by WoLF
build 5L14? How the heck?