Tuesday, May 31, 2011

sarah connor chronicles

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  • mrk2010
    Dec 27, 11:14 PM
    Hey everyone, first post here, and also a Mac noob, so I apologize if this is in the wrong section :)

    I am trying to enable file sharing in OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. I intend to share files on my MacBook with other Windows and Linux computers on my home network. From what I understand, the procedure is as follows:

    1) Open up System Preferences and click on Sharing under Internet & Wireless
    2) Click on File Sharing on the left, and then add a folder to be shared. After doing this, three Users appear on the right: System Administrator, Administrator, and Everyone (all have read/write access).
    3) I want my folder to be password-protected and accessible only to specific users, so I change the permissions for Everyone to No Access. I then add a user (sharing only account) with a specified username and password.
    4) I click on Options and select the "Share files and folders using SMB (Windows)", and enable SMB sharing for the user that I created in the previous step. I click on Done, and exit System Preferences.

    After performing the above steps, I go to my Linux computer and attempt to connect to the shared folder on my Macbook. I was surprised to be able to access the folder without being prompted for a username and password. The same thing can be seen on my Windows computer.

    I went back into Systems Preferences/Sharing on my MacBook, and noticed that the user that I had created has disappeared from the Users list, and all the permissions have been reverted to the default Read & Write Access (including Everyone, which I had changed to No Access earlier). I tried the above procedure again and still ended up with the same result.

    Why are the user permissions not being saved? Has anyone here experienced a similar issue?

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 14, 03:02 PM
    Check the SMART data on the drive and do a short test:

    Why does everyone keep using this program?? It is so unreliable.. I use something called disk radar and its 300 times better than voltans poc program. Either disk radar or DiskTools Pro - those are much better than using voltans garbage program.. for instance.. I got a 2TB drive a few days ago and already smart utility says its failing.. I call BS here and then I ran it under windows and using disktools pro and disk radar - the drive passed all tests and is NOT failing..

    Stay away from smart utility - its a POC program (POC=Piece of crap).

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  • supermoto1962
    Mar 29, 11:09 AM
    Can anyone tell me if it is possible to merge two or more images together using Aperture? Only have this and iPhoto at the moment.

    Looking for a package that will allow me to combine images (before and after scenario) for a range of engine components that i refurbish.

    Any recommendations for both bought or free software package's would be appreciated.
    Many thanks

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  • Blue Velvet
    Dec 31, 10:44 AM

    Just joking...


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  • Bobdude161
    Mar 27, 11:26 PM
    Yes it makes SOME games look better. Road Rash 64 and Vigilante 8 had an option for a higher resolution when the expansion pack was detected. It took out some of the jagginess (whatever the word is for that), but the detail was the same and it cut a noticeable amount of FPS.

    eBay? Yes?

    EDIT: And Turok 2 had an option I think as well for a higher resolution

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  • GGJstudios
    Apr 21, 12:39 PM
    What about it?


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  • mrblack927
    Mar 31, 03:22 PM
    I hear a lot of confusion about this. I don't know why TechCrunch said what they did, but by all accounts, there is no golden master right now. This is just a developer preview. After this there will (probably) be betas. And after that there will eventually be a golden master or two.

    Apple uses the term "golden master" uniquely, but it's basically what most software companies would call a "release candidate". The goal is to make only one RC. You release a RC build when you legitimately believe that the product is complete and this is the build you plan on releasing to the public. It's the last phase in testing. You let your testers try it out and see if there are any show-stopping flaws, if not, the "release candidate" becomes the "release".

    When the GM is ready, it will be released to developers and labeled as such, and the public release will follow very shortly after. I don't know why TechCrunch is claiming this is an "internal GM", maybe they know something I don't, but as it stands it seems they are just causing confusion.

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  • tehreflex
    Apr 14, 01:30 PM
    Hello guys,


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  • hipeye01
    May 4, 01:54 PM
    Well, I don't know about the calendar syncing, but the best Verizon feature phone is the LG enV3.

    Unfortunately there does not seem to be a good way to sync most LG phones with a mac computer. The only thing I have come across is Bit Pim and its reviews are pretty spotty.

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  • lordonuthin
    Oct 29, 11:14 PM
    Are you running the cuda wrapper for Linux?

    Not sure, I'm trying to do this (http://www.overclock.net/overclock-net-folding-home-team/436453-how-gpu2-folding-linux.html). I keep running into problems. I've gotten so far on another machine and can't get any farther :mad:

    Ok, now that I have spent most of today trying in vain to get that machine to work with gpu2, googling " cuda wrapper" results in stuff I haven't seen so, I guess I will try again tomorrow in that direction :confused:

    We are now back within about 40k of team Lithuania, keep those peddles turnin' (http://www.vuw.ac.nz/scps-demos/demos/Circuits_and_Electromagnetism/BicycleGenerator/BicycleGenerator.htm)

    Oh, I got the core i7 started with bigadv it seems to be running at about 58 min/frame which would put it at 4.17 days.


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  • unid
    Jan 17, 10:35 PM
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  • devilot
    Sep 22, 01:15 PM
    I say sell the older machine... and get the new 12"iBook and the 20" iMac G5. :D I have the combo and I love it. Honestly, I can't see the need for power (for most students) in a portable... save some money by having a more powerful desktop and a nice portable that can easily handle the basics and then some.


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  • zimv20
    Jul 12, 01:42 AM
    Originally posted by FredAkbar
    But many Mac users know very little, if anything, about Unix. Mac OS X is a public operating system, made for users of any level of Unix experience. Many Mac users are still learning new things about Unix.

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  • hohohong
    Mar 26, 03:49 PM
    I wanna know if the other way round, originally asked by OP works?

    AKA AT&T iPad 2 data only microsim and plugged into iPhone 4 (with the correct "blank" APN setting)


    Thanks in advance!


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  • akm3
    Mar 13, 02:01 PM
    Who at age 15 gets asked to shoot video of hot chicks? Well done.

    I'm a total amateur and much older, but the advice above about the smoothness of the pans seems spot on. Watching the hot chicks video (the only one I watched) there was just so much motion it was almost dizzying.

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  • doo-hik-ee
    Jan 12, 09:24 PM
    I'm liking the name 'MacBook Not Big'.


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  • laurim
    Jan 9, 02:49 PM
    try the knife or scissor tool and cut the selection you would like.

    Those tools are in the submenu with the eraser tool. I always have a hard time finding them!

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  • flyfish29
    Mar 10, 01:09 PM
    best advice- talk to an insurance agent who knows the details of their plans and what is avail. No one on here can speak accurately as all plans as they all work different for diff companies.

    I would start with your parents agent.

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  • Latino
    Jun 29, 06:42 PM
    Hey, I'm in the same boat here

    Recently bought an iBook, and although I love it, I hate the keyboard layout (supposed to be UK layout). It's not so much a problem per se, as I quickly adapt to new things. The biggest problem is that at work I have to use a windows PC, and I keep getting the keys wrong all the time!!!

    The \ in my ibook is next to the return key, and next to the left shift on the pc at work. I can't tell you guys how many times I've typed # at work, expecting a \ (next to return is the # on a pc), or how many times I've typed ` expecting a \ on my ibook.

    It's really getting on my nerves!!!

    Now, here is a question for you all. When I'm at home, I don't mind using an external PC keyboard (i have a cordless logitech keyb/mouse thang). Is there any way I can remap the keys so that when I have the external keyboard, everything is where a PC would find it? ie, \ next to the left shift, # next to the return key, etc...


    Mar 21, 08:27 PM
    Hi guys, wanted to see what people's thoughts are on the iPad 2 Launch in Solihull and if anyone had any news or info.
    Far as I'm concerned I'll be there, from previous launches people turned up and queued around 5.30/6 in the morning, from info I got from Touchwood security, on 25th they will be opening the Poplar Entrance (near John Lewis) before any other door due to the problems with too many open at the same time, which in turn caused too much chaos at previous launches.car park queuers will be led to the back of the main entrance line to keep order so personally would be just easier to walk round to secure your space and avoid disappointment.
    As normal touchwood don't tend to give much away so I was lucky to get any info at all but it sounded fairly well thoughtout to stop any apple madness happening.

    If your going, good luck and share any info as I have and we can all hopefully enjoy a nice new iPad 2 come Friday.

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    May 5, 01:51 PM
    Yes, yes, I know that all technology is obsolete the second you take it out of the box, wahwahwah. Heh. Sorry.

    Anyway, I've been using this early 2006 C2D MBP for 5 years now and it's been a great machine. It was my first mac and, other than battery problems, it was a fantastic experience that has driven me to purchase apple again.

    These new iMacs look fantastic and I'm pretty sure I want to get a 27inch model. My question is regarding how best to ensure I get 5-6 years of great performance out of the computer, hardware-wise.

    Money isn't really an issue, but obviously I don't want to spend more than I have to.

    1) Is the i7 worth it over the i5? I game, use photoshop, handbrake and the occasional final cut/video editing project. I've been seeing hellhammer give "evidence" that the i7 actually can perform worse for gaming (of course, not by much). Will this be true in 3 years (yeah, I know no one can predict the future, just asking for best educated guesses from the experts)? For instance, will we likely be seeing more games make use of hyperthreading?

    2) 1gb vs 2gb vram. I've noticed a lot of people talking about the fact that the 6790m isn't powerful enough to actually ever need 2gb of vram. Is this something that is true right now but could change over time? I don't know the tech details of why 2gb can't really be used, so I don't know if this is something that is the result of the way current software uses the gpu or if 2gb will never, ever be useful on the 6790m.

    Hmm, I think those are my two biggest questions. Sorry for the wall-o-text. Just looking for advice on how to get the most longevity out of the system without being uninformed and just buying the top of the line across the board.


    Jul 6, 07:16 PM
    How exactly does that work? I replaced my own battery when its life went to poo.

    So, Apple will replace a dinged up CD MBP for a brand new MBP because of short battery life?

    Apr 3, 09:23 AM
    Neeed Help!

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