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Adam Mills

Apple finally releases crucial security update for Mac OS X - 0 views

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    It might be six months late, but Apple has finally released an important update that fixes potentially dangerous vulnerabilities within both OS X 10.5 and OS X 10.4.
Jeff Johnson

Leopard T&T (DeTroye) - 0 views

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    The Leopard T&T doc has a few changes in format from the earlier Mac OS X versions. I took out any sections on imaging, and tried to pull the setup in tighter. There are too many things to cover in imaging, and so much of it involves 3rd party tools, that I decided to separate that out. My focus in this doc was to cover the keys points of MCX, why Leopard is important, mobile accounts, and PHDs (portable home directories).
Jeff Johnson

Quick tour of Administering Wiki Server - 0 views

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    Mac OS X Server makes it easy for groups to collaborate and communicate through their own Wiki powered internet website. See how easy it is to administer a wiki
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RFM - 0 views

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    RFM is a mod manager not like all the others
Jeff Johnson

Burning Data CDs and DVDs in Leopard and Tiger - 0 views

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    Using the Finder in Tiger to burn data to CDs and DVDs has never been easier.
Jeff Johnson

Anxiety - Lightweight To-do Management - 0 views

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    Anxiety is a super-lightweight To-do list application for Mac OS X Leopard that synchronizes with iCal and Mail. perfectly integrated with Apple's other applications that posses to-do functionality: Double-clicking a list item reveals the task in iCal or Mail for extended editing, and simple shortcuts allow you to see your full list externally.
Jeff Johnson

dockutil 1.0 released « Pattern Buffer - 0 views

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    As a Mac sysadmin, I've had the need to manipulate the dock on hundreds of systems at a time. I used to cobble together terrible shell scripts to do the job, but now thanks to plistlib and python, plist manipulation is really easy. I am releasing this utility free under the Apache 2.0 license. Hopefully some other sysadmins will find it useful. dockutil is a command line utility for managing Mac OS X dock items. It can add, replace, list, move, find, and delete dock items. It supports Applications, Folders, Stacks, and URLs. It can act on a specific dock plist or every dock plist in a folder of home directories. It is compatible with Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard.
Richard Sheppard

HowTo: Make Ubuntu A Perfect Mac File Server And Time Machine Volume [Update6] - 1 views

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    Tutorial for connecting Mac OS X Leopard with Ubuntu and using your Ubuntu machine as a backup volume for Time Machine
Richard Sheppard

Getting Started with launchd - 0 views

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    Some good historical stuff about init, cron, xinetd and why launchd is the way of the future.
Richard Sheppard

easier instructions to install Tiger's X11.app - 0 views

  • sudo ditto -Vx --noqtn /Volumes/X11\ Update\ 2006/X11Update2006.pkg/ Contents/Archive.pax.gz /
    • Richard Sheppard
       
      The space between "...2006.pkg/" and "Contents/..." shouldn't be there. It's: sudo ditto -Vx --noqtn /Volumes/X11\ Update\ 2006/X11Update2006.pkg/Contents/Archive.pax.gz HTH
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    How to install and configure Leopard to run Tiger's X11 (which is less buggy) yet still keep the Leopard version. Also includes instructions to reverse the configuration.
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