on 6/1/2000 6:22 AM, Eric Ullman at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Apple has said that Mac OS X Server, as it exists it today, will be replaced
by a new one based on their upcoming Mac OS X release. We are planning on
supporting Mac OS X, and the new Mac OS X Server, with a new
on 6/16/2000 4:20 PM, "Irina Tarasova" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Re: Miscompare on same file 6/16/2000
I will be on vacation till 7/5/2000.
If you need immediate assistance, call Help Desk at 6688.
Ug. she has been removed from the list.
as a reminder to you all, don't be stupid and
on 12/1/2000 11:52 AM, "Douglas K Wyman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Does anyone know of a Mac utility that can sniff ethernet packets to
diagnose the integrity of an ethernet network? I'm not trying to look at
the contents of the packets, just to see whether any are being dropped or
on 12/18/2000 4:34 PM, "sam edwards" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Just a quick question - sorry if this is a repeat (I couldn't find any
archives for the listserv - honestly!!)
Sigh...it is linked at the footer of every single message posted to this
Also, it is the FIRST link
on 12/18/2000 6:30 PM, "Scott Ponzani" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Any way to search the archives by keyword?
(Sorry if I missed something obvious.)
Honk if you love peace and quiet.
p.s. The new list will be hosted on new software which will give us nice
threaded web based archives of the messages as well as many other features
(including faster list response time).
on 2/23/01 7:53 PM, "Ben Liberman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Will the new threaded web based interfaced archives start new or will
they include all past messages?
It will start new, but I will make the past digests available still.
p.s. don't CC me on replies, i'm on the list and will see the
on 2/27/01 7:11 AM, "Todd Reed" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Thanks for your reply. What I would like to know is what kind of computing
horsepower is necessary to crack SimpleCrypt's encryption protection?
If someone acquired a tape from me that was encrypted, what kind of
on 2/27/01 10:31 PM, "Eric Ullman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
This is definitely an issue with encryption. Cracking various encryption
methods is really only a question of time, computing power, and some luck.
Heck, I thought DES was cracked in 1998!
I'm not sure the exact date it was cracked,
on 2/28/01 11:30 AM, "Todd Reed" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I understand from the replies here that SimpleCrypt isn't secure, at least in
the sense that with enough time the encryption scheme can be defeated. That's
true for any scheme if you have infinite amounts of time and computers.
on 2/28/01 4:51 PM, "Adam Cohen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am sorry if this is not the correct forum to let users know but since we
talk about backup it seemed that this drive could help someone in the field.
It is perfectly acceptable to offer hardware and software for sale on this
on 3/1/01 8:04 AM, "Garret J. Cleversley" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am very happy with this as graphics files are very compressible (sp?).
Eh? It really depends on the type of file you are compressing.
If the image (or any data for that matter) is already stored in a compressed
Based on feedback on this list, the fact that there is great Ecrix
representation here on the list as well as the recent Tidbits article, I
just ordered the Ecrix Model 115.00208 drive for my home office. I will do
another report on it when I get it and put it into use. :-)
Now if only
on 3/5/01 11:21 AM, "Jeff Grossman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Where can I find Firewire Drivers 2.5?
The obvious place: Apple.com
If you come from a Perl or PHP background, JSP is a way to take
your pain to
on 3/6/01 5:55 AM, "Michael Lach" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'd like to use Retrospect to make an exact copy of a drive--and to delete
files on the destination that I've deleted on the original. How do I do
Erase the destination before doing the backup?
on 3/7/01 4:04 PM, "Eric Ullman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm trying to understand something. Can you tell me *why* you want to
perform a complete backup every night? Why not incrementals?
In my case, for Clear Ink, I built a system
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