Re: External drive fails to appear on Desk top?

2011-02-14 Thread Geke
Then what can be the difference between the two systems, the one on
the old drive and the newly-installed one?

Can you try the drive on another computer? Or do you have a clone of
that old system you can boot from and see if the drive appears with
that one running?
Or does this HD need some driver software to be installed?
Or, if the Network setting for the Firewire port is off, could that be
the reason?

Just guessing... I hope someone recognizes the situation.

In the worst case, you could always take the HD from its enclosure and
connect it in a different way, like USB, with that device Bruce
suggested, or internally if you have the right connection/adapter.

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Re: MDD problem

2011-02-14 Thread theleaddog


 [Presses start button which then glows.
 Bong (Power On Self-Test) sounded.
 Message appears on monitor to restart computer.
 On subsequent attempts, start button extinguishes
 when released. POST bong not sounding.
 Red light on motherboard remains lit.]

Had the same problem. Replaced the Front Panel Board (FPB), aka power
switch, *and* the Power Supply. Didn't help. Motherboard looked like
new -- no burn marks, no swollen capacitors, not visible cracked
traces. The red LED on the motherboard was firing. IIRC the HDs did
not spin up either. Ended up having to replace both the motherboard
and the CPU as neither tested good. When one went it took the other
along with it, I guess.

I don't know how far POST goes before it gives up but the power light
going out on release is serious. Perhaps bad RAM or a bad RAM socket
could hang the POST. You might try starting with just one stick of RAM
and try that individual stick in each socket. Check each stick this
way. Doubt that's it though. :-(

Unless you have a source for very inexpensive replacements, your money
might be better spent on an Intel Mac inasmuch as Apple and third
parties will soon drop all support on PPCs. If you go the repair route
be sure you get the right mobo. Check for exact Apple part numbers
here: http://tinyurl.com/2luemx. It might be wise to push the PMU
(power management unit) button when you mate a PCU to an unacquainted
mobo before startup.

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Re: File and image server

2011-02-14 Thread Nestamicky

On 13/02/11 9:12 AM, Dan wrote:

I'm looking for suggestions and what I want to do is be able to serve
images and music from a machine on the lan. Clients on the lan will be
other macs.


Enable file sharing on the serving Mac.  That will give the client
computers full access to pics etc.  Then use iTunes sharing to do the
music.
Dan, so should I install OS X server and do this. Or just with a copy of 
what version of OS X will do this. She was thinking of something that 
clients could drop the ip address of the serving mac and be able to see 
the pictures on their browsers and listen to music. And even perhaps, 
dare I say, allow her b/f who comes over with a winfroze machine to 
connect up.

Thanks

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Re: 3rd party wireless pci card for MDD

2011-02-14 Thread akhoff18


On Feb 13, 11:33 pm, Kris Tilford ktilfo...@cox.net wrote:
 On Feb 13, 2011, at 9:10 PM, akhoff18 wrote:


 Download the file bcm43xx_enabler_0.5.3.sh.zip and double-click it  
 to unzip it. The unzipped file will be called  
 bcm43xx_enabler_0.5.3.sh. Launch Terminal, type sudo with a space  
 after and drag the script bcm43xx_enabler_0.5.3.sh into the Terminal  
 window and make sure the cursor is  at the end, no extra spaces,  
 Terminal is VERY picky about extra spaces, and hit the Return key.

 It will initiate a dialog that will ask for your admin password, and  
 then ask if you want to create a backup of the original .plist (which  
 probably isn't neccesary), and then it will repair the ownership   
 permissions and will be done. It will say you need to restart, but in  
 my experience this isn't true, the BCM plugin loads dynamically and is  
 available as soon as Network Preference  recognizes the Broadcom  
 device as Airport.

followed the exact instructions. after double clicking on the
downloaded file the name of it is bcm43xx_enabler.sh rather than
having the version tagging along. don't know if that makes a
difference. still no luck here. : (

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Re: External drive fails to appear on Desk top?

2011-02-14 Thread John Callahan


On Feb 14, 2011, at 7:24 AM, Geke wrote:


Then what can be the difference between the two systems, the one on
the old drive and the newly-installed one?



In the worst case, you could always take the HD from its enclosure and
connect it in a different way, like USB, with that device Bruce
suggested, or internally if you have the right connection/adapter.

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arrives I'll try to make it work. I already have the drive out of the  
case. I'll let you know. Appreciate your interest.


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Re: 3rd party wireless pci card for MDD

2011-02-14 Thread peterhaas

 followed the exact instructions. after double clicking on the
 downloaded file the name of it is bcm43xx_enabler.sh rather than
 having the version tagging along. don't know if that makes a
 difference. still no luck here. : (

There ARE cases, as yet unenumerated, where an apparently
Airport-compatible card (and a Broadcom 43xx would be a primary example)
will NOT be accepted as such after the system is installed.

The solution, then, is to reinstall the system, making sure the card is
seen and the password is set during system installation.

If that procedure is not successful, then the card is most likely not
Airport-compatible, and cannot be made compatible.



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Re: I have a Pioneer DVR 115

2011-02-14 Thread Sri Gupta
On Feb 13, 8:57 pm, peterh...@cruzio.com wrote:
  I have a Pioneer DVR 115 which suddenly will not burn
  CD or DVD's. I     have checked cables and cleaned
  with a cleaning disk. OS 10.5.8 on a     G4 with 2
  meg of ram and 1gig sonnet processor. First noticed
  when burn a play-list from iTunes 10.0.2.

 Burners have a finite lifetime.

 Burning at maximum rated speed reduces the lifetime of the semiconductor
 laser.

 Burning at one-half rated speed could increase its lifetime, and probably
 reduces the number of coasters, too.

 But, once you start to get consistently bad burns, the drive is telling
 you that its life is just about over.

 And, once this process starts, you probably will have bad reads, too.

 Lite-On makes a decent IDE burner ... about $22 from NewEgg.

Agreed.  Burners rarely last longer than 5 years if used regularly.  I
can recommend this Samsung model as a drop-in replacement for G4 power
macs.  http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827151176

-sri

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Re: Drive upgrade

2011-02-14 Thread John Carmonne

On Feb 13, 2011, at 7:48 PM, Dan wrote:

 
 If the box supports the bigger drives, it's possible that the controller will 
 automagically RAID the drives.  Otherwise they'd have to provide some sort of 
 tool to make it do it.
 
 You haven't said the actual model name so googling around a little, on 
 Acomdata's site it says there are no drivers - it just uses the OS provided 
 ones.  That's normal.  Doesn't seem to say anything about fixing or 
 rebuilding the raid, tools, etc.
 
 - Dan.

This is the box I have It states a 2TB capacity but maybe the specs were 
written before the larger HDD's were readily available? And as you said it 
appears no drivers needed.
http://www.acomdata.com/app/stx.productdetail.asp?did=48

John Carmonne
Yorba Linda CA
92886 USA
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Re: I have a Pioneer DVR 115

2011-02-14 Thread peterhaas

 Lite-On makes a decent IDE burner ... about $22 from NewEgg.

 Agreed.  Burners rarely last longer than 5 years if used regularly.  I
 can recommend this Samsung model as a drop-in replacement for G4 power
 macs.  http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827151176

I've had excellent luck with both Samsung and Lite-On.

Many Sonys are actually re-branded Lite-Ons.

My Lite-On hard drive DVD recorder insists on Lite-On (IDE) optical drives.

But just a few of the many Lite-On IDE optical drives will actually work
in that product.

For my Macks and Hacks, I usually buy on price alone, with Lite-On or
Samsung usually getting the nod.

Formerly, I was buying Pioneer almost exclusively, but Pioneer has ceased
to be price- and performance-competitive.

As usual, YMMV.


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No Services on new iMac

2011-02-14 Thread Jane, (Portland, OR)
I am running Snow leopard, 10.6.6 on my new iMac. How do I get
Services to load?

I have gone to System Preferenceskeyboardkeyboard shortcutsServices
and checked the ones i want, but nothing shows up. I select Services
in Finder and other Apps, and it says No Services Apply for
everything!

Anyone have a clue how to get Services working?

Jane

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Re: No Services on new iMac

2011-02-14 Thread Bruce Johnson

On Feb 14, 2011, at 1:24 PM, Jane, (Portland, OR) wrote:

 I am running Snow leopard, 10.6.6 on my new iMac. How do I get
 Services to load?
 
 I have gone to System Preferenceskeyboardkeyboard shortcutsServices
 and checked the ones i want, but nothing shows up. I select Services
 in Finder and other Apps, and it says No Services Apply for
 everything!

Services depend on something being selected in the document or open in Finder; 
'no services apply' is the default state of affairs if you have nothing 
selected or open.

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Re: File and image server

2011-02-14 Thread Dan

At 7:00 AM -0700 2/14/2011, Nestamicky wrote:

On 13/02/11 9:12 AM, Dan wrote:

I'm looking for suggestions and what I want to do is be able to serve
images and music from a machine on the lan. Clients on the lan will be
other macs.


Enable file sharing on the serving Mac.  That will give the client
computers full access to pics etc.  Then use iTunes sharing to do the
music.


Dan, so should I install OS X server and do this. Or just with a 
copy of what version of OS X will do this.


Regular OS X should suffice, for what you've described so far.

She was thinking of something that clients could drop the ip address 
of the serving mac and be able to see the pictures on their browsers 
and listen to music.


In the Sharing system preferences, you can enable personal web 
sharing.  Then you could create some web pages, to display your 
pictures.


Seems a bit complicated to me tho.  I'm thinking you could just 
arrange the photos in folders, let the remote client mount it, then 
peruse/view with whatever software they want.  I do that with 
GraphicConverter all the time - great picture browser and slide show.


And even perhaps, dare I say, allow her b/f who comes over with a 
winfroze machine to connect up.


That same Sharing panel will let you Windows sharing also.

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Re: Drive upgrade

2011-02-14 Thread Dan

At 5:39 AM -0800 2/14/2011, John Carmonne wrote:

On Feb 13, 2011, at 7:48 PM, Dan wrote:
  If the box supports the bigger drives, it's possible that the 
controller will automagically RAID the drives.  Otherwise they'd 
have to provide some sort of tool to make it do it.


  You haven't said the actual model name so googling around a 
little, on Acomdata's site it says there are no drivers - it just 
uses the OS provided ones.  That's normal.  Doesn't seem to say 
anything about fixing or rebuilding the raid, tools, etc.


This is the box I have It states a 2TB capacity but maybe the specs 
were written before the larger HDD's were readily available? And as 
you said it appears no drivers needed.

http://www.acomdata.com/app/stx.productdetail.asp?did=48


Nice box.  The specs and googling around don't say what type of 
interface it uses internally.  Should be SATA, but it could be 
anything really.  You could write to them and ask.  Or open the case 
and see what the existing drives are, then buy drives with the same 
type of interface and try 'em...


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Re: I have a Pioneer DVR 115

2011-02-14 Thread Tina K.

On 2011/02/14 13:03, peterh...@cruzio.com so eloquently wrote:

Formerly, I was buying Pioneer almost exclusively, but Pioneer has ceased
to be price- and performance-competitive.


There was a time when Pioneer made the very best optical media players 
and burners but that time seems to have passed. My next ODD will 
probably be Samsung, what it won't be is Pioneer.


Everything changes.

Tina

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Re: I have a Pioneer DVR 115

2011-02-14 Thread John Carmonne

On Feb 14, 2011, at 1:41 PM, Tina K. wrote:

 
 There was a time when Pioneer made the very best optical media players and 
 burners but that time seems to have passed. My next ODD will probably be 
 Samsung, what it won't be is Pioneer.
 
 Everything changes.
 
 Tina
 
Beware of the Samsung LightScribe models I bought two from OWC with LightScribe 
and both produced too many coasters and poor LightScribe performance, so they 
replaced them with Pioneer 118L. Since then bought a LiteOn with LightScribe 
and it works very good burning and labeling. IMHO Pioneer is the best, I own 9 
of them but if you need LightScribe then LiteOn is the choice.



John Carmonne
Yorba Linda CA
92886 USA
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GeForce 6800 vs 6200

2011-02-14 Thread faithie999
i'm running an XFX GeForce 6200 (flashed) video card in my Sawtooth.
i'm wondering if a galaxy GeForce 6800 would be an appreciable
improvement.

thanks

ken baker

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Re: GeForce 6800 vs 6200

2011-02-14 Thread Daniel Stewart
It would most definitely be an improvement unless the 6800 is PCI. lol.

The new card would probably have better and/or more pipelines, pixel
shaders...etc and the GPU clock speed will be faster.

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 6:11 PM, faithie999 faithie...@hotmail.com wrote:
 i'm running an XFX GeForce 6200 (flashed) video card in my Sawtooth.
 i'm wondering if a galaxy GeForce 6800 would be an appreciable
 improvement.

 thanks

 ken baker

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Re: DHCP Server??

2011-02-14 Thread Dan Ziegler
OK, here goes. I'm running ./configure, make and sudo make install.
First, ./configure...

./configure
checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking whether build environment is sane... yes
checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p... ./install-sh -c -d
checking for gawk... no
checking for mawk... no
checking for nawk... no
checking for awk... awk
checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes
checking for gcc... gcc
checking for C compiler default output file name... a.out
checking whether the C compiler works... yes
checking whether we are cross compiling... no
checking for suffix of executables...
checking for suffix of object files... o
checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler... yes
checking whether gcc accepts -g... yes
checking for gcc option to accept ISO C89... none needed
checking for style of include used by make... GNU
checking dependency style of gcc... gcc3
checking how to run the C preprocessor... gcc -E
checking for grep that handles long lines and -e... /usr/bin/grep
checking for egrep... /usr/bin/grep -E
checking for AIX... no
checking for ANSI C header files... yes
checking for sys/types.h... yes
checking for sys/stat.h... yes
checking for stdlib.h... yes
checking for string.h... yes
checking for memory.h... yes
checking for strings.h... yes
checking for inttypes.h... yes
checking for stdint.h... yes
checking for unistd.h... yes
checking minix/config.h usability... no
checking minix/config.h presence... no
checking for minix/config.h... no
checking whether it is safe to define __EXTENSIONS__... yes
checking for ranlib... ranlib
checking whether byte ordering is bigendian... no
checking for prefix by checking for dhcpd... no
-n checking for dhcpd.leases location...
/var/db/dhcpd.leases
-n checking for dhcpd6.leases location...
/var/db/dhcpd6.leases
-n checking for dhclient.leases location...
/var/db/dhclient.leases
-n checking for dhclient6.leases location...
/var/db/dhclient6.leases
checking for int8_t... yes
checking for int16_t... yes
checking for int32_t... yes
checking for u_int8_t... yes
checking for u_int16_t... yes
checking for u_int32_t... yes
checking ifaddrs.h usability... yes
checking ifaddrs.h presence... yes
checking for ifaddrs.h... yes
checking linux/types.h usability... no
checking linux/types.h presence... no
checking for linux/types.h... no
checking for linux/filter.h... no
checking sys/dlpi.h usability... no
checking sys/dlpi.h presence... no
checking for sys/dlpi.h... no
checking net/bpf.h usability... yes
checking net/bpf.h presence... yes
checking for net/bpf.h... yes
checking for struct lifnum... no
checking for struct if_laddrconf... no
checking for struct if_laddrreq... no
checking sys/socket.h usability... yes
checking sys/socket.h presence... yes
checking for sys/socket.h... yes
checking net/if_dl.h usability... yes
checking net/if_dl.h presence... yes
checking for net/if_dl.h... yes
checking net/if6.h usability... no
checking net/if6.h presence... no
checking for net/if6.h... no
checking regex.h usability... yes
checking regex.h presence... yes
checking for regex.h... yes
checking for library containing MD5_Init... -lcrypto
checking for library containing MD5Init... no
checking for library containing socket... none required
checking for library containing inet_ntoa... none required
checking for library containing inet_aton... none required
checking for library containing regcomp... none required
checking for library containing if_nametoindex... none required
checking for /dev/random... yes
checking for struct sockaddr.sa_len... yes
checking for struct iaddr *... yes
checking size of struct iaddr *... 4
checking for struct msghdr.msg_control... yes
checking for flexible array members... yes
configure: creating ./config.status
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: creating client/Makefile
config.status: creating common/Makefile
config.status: creating common/tests/Makefile
config.status: creating dhcpctl/Makefile
config.status: creating dst/Makefile
config.status: creating includes/Makefile
config.status: creating omapip/Makefile
config.status: creating relay/Makefile
config.status: creating server/Makefile
config.status: creating tests/Makefile
config.status: creating includes/config.h
config.status: includes/config.h is unchanged
config.status: executing depfiles commands


And for make:

make
Making all in bind
bind-9.7.1 already unpacked...
Configuring BIND Export libraries for DHCP.
Building BIND Export libraries - this takes some time.
building in /ort/dhcp-4.2.0-P2/bind/bind-9.7.1/lib/export
ranlib: file: libisc.a(condition.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libisc.a(mutex.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libisc.a(condition.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: libisc.a(mutex.o) has no symbols
../../../lib/dns/nsec3.c: In function ‘dns_nsec3_addnsec3’:
../../../lib/dns/nsec3.c:560: warning: ‘exists’ may be used
uninitialized in this function
ranlib: file: libdns.a(openssl_link.o) has no symbols
ranlib: file: 

Re: DHCP Server??

2011-02-14 Thread Clark Martin

On Feb 14, 2011, at 6:48 PM, Dan Ziegler wrote:

 OK, here goes. I'm running ./configure, make and sudo make install.
 First, ./configure...

Nothing looks wrong with the line of the include file that shows the first 
error.  It seems like something is wrong in the overall configuration, I'm 
thinking it MAY be the version of Xcode you are using.  I know the configure 
script checks for things like that but if the environment (XCode) is newer than 
what the script expects it may not be configured correctly.  

I checked on my install.  I built DHCP version 3.1.1 using XCode 2.4.1 on Tiger 
and dhcpd is running on Tiger.  

I just tried configure and make of DHCP 4.1.1 on the same system and it ran 
okay.  But I do remember that I didn't install this version for some reason 
which I don't remember.  It may have had to do with it not building or 
installing. 

I would try building it on an earlier version of XCode and / or try an earlier 
version of DHCP.

Clark Martin
Redwood City, CA, USA
Macintosh / Internet Consulting

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