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Monday, June 6, 2011

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  • jackerin
    Jan 1, 05:31 PM
    From a financial standpoint, I think he'd be wasting his money, spending extra for a pressure sensitive kybd.
    It's not like there is a lack of small, affordable keyboards, even with velocity-sensitivity. Take the Korg Nanokey for example. To be honest I think it would be harder finding a quality keyboard that isn't pressure sensitive...

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 3, 08:58 AM



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  • yg17
    Sep 17, 04:15 PM
    I got some Mushkin off of NewEgg for my PMG5. Works great.

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  • 173080
    Jan 10, 04:58 PM
    I have an Xserve G5 that came with 2x80GB ADM and tried putting 2x750GB drives in those modules.

    It detected only one of the modules. Another one of my Xserves has 2x500GB ADMs, so I used one module (drive sled) from that Xserve with the 750GB drive and put it in the other server. It worked.

    The modules are supposed to be the same, but obviously aren't. That "faulty" module works fine with smaller drives.

    You'll have to set the drives to 1.5 SATA.


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  • chucknorris
    Sep 27, 06:41 AM
    most schools won't let you set up your own wireless network. it's usually in the IT user agreement.

    Sure, but he's going to set one up.

    God knows plenty of people in the dorms here have wireless routers.

    Now to address the question, you can certainly put a password on the network (using airport admin utility I believe). In addition you can make it so only specific computers may connect to your network, and so your network is hidden.

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  • greatdevourer
    Apr 16, 01:07 PM
    You could take all the things people hate about gamertags, and then be really ironic and thus the coolest mofo on XBL :p

    So... random Xs, random numbers, lots of l33t, the usage of a famous character's name as though it were your own... *and off the gamertag machine goes...*



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  • Macaroony
    Apr 22, 02:56 AM
    Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression. Ratified 12/15/1791

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
    Hello, anybody home?

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  • rtcruz1
    Jan 17, 03:18 PM
    That is the most idiotic accessory I've ever seen. I wouldn't be caught dead with that thing on... You might as well add a set of braces, headgear, a pair of broken black rimmed glasses taped together with masking tape, a pocket protector, a short sleeve plaid shirt buttoned all the way to the top, and brown high water pants pulled up to your nipples and cinched by a belt.. that should make the picture complete.


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  • Vylen
    May 7, 03:50 AM
    My Uptime - 12 hours :p

    Do you pay your electricity bill?

    Also that is one sure way to fry your Mac. Power surge can happen at any time.. Do you really trust those $100 surge boards for 24/7 use or do you have UPS.

    Also think of how much dust gets in there...

    Not smart to leave your computer on 24/7.

    My first Mac and first iMac... the 2006 Core Duo... left it on 24/7 unless I had to reboot due to updates or crashes.

    But since I got my Mac Pro last year, I didn't need it on anymore. Funnily enough, the hardy iMac won't turn on anymore :p

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  • macfreek57
    Oct 18, 09:27 PM
    at least the mp3 disc would have to be small enough to fit in the psp drive because they use a non standard size


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  • ownamo
    Mar 24, 08:08 PM
    future shop is not handing out tickets (at least not here in ontario), i went today to ask about that

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  • Sundance Kid
    Sep 26, 01:12 PM
    Ok cheers guys for that, so is it worth it for being a memory stick and a iPod?
    So what does the "i" in imac and iPod stand for and the "e" in eMac???

    i = inspissated

    e= enantiomorphic

    hence the inspissated pod, or the enanthemated mac


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  • shadrap
    Feb 9, 12:53 PM

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  • yellow
    Dec 28, 03:43 PM
    Can re-installing the OS too many times on a imac g5 , add wear and tear to the HARDDRIVE?

    Yes it adds wear and tear, but not in any amount that would make any real difference to you. I wouldn't worry about it.

    also, when you erase and re-install your OS does it take from the amount of GIG space, versus just leaving it alone and deleteing all the files manually?

    The space will be equal, no matter which one you do. But why do it the hard way (manually erasing all the files) when you can just erase the hard drive?


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  • ann713
    Apr 28, 08:47 PM
    I'm trying to unlock a new iPhone 4 on the latest OS and baseband. I've seen the Gevey Turbo Sims on eBay but do they really work? If anyone here has experience with this type of unlock, please chime in. Thank you kindly.

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  • uplusd
    Apr 20, 01:14 PM
    put it in "extend (bridge mode)" under connection sharing on the internet page.
    then give it the same SSID and security settings as the main base.
    your devices will automatically switch to the stronger signal as you move around the house. it will only appear once.
    most large locations (like airports (not apple's devices, but the places with airplanes)) do this, and you never know.

    that's only if you are using the same flavor of wireless (B,G, or N) on both units, if you are trying to create separate G & N networks, still use the bridge mode but give them different names. (up to you if the security settings are the same or not)

    Thanks for the response! I currently have my base station and express setup in WDS mode, but I find that when that speeds are drastically slow when connected to the airport express. I assume this solution would resolve the downgrade in speed?

    Update: Just redid my airport configurations and wireless through the bridge is much faster now. WDS officially stinks!


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  • kappaknight
    May 3, 04:36 PM
    No SATA III also means potentially no beach balls - so either should work fine. If I remember correctly, Micron makes the NAND chips that powers a lot of the SSD drives. Micron C400 = Crucial m4. So both are good choices.

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  • Surely
    May 4, 12:34 PM
    This is exciting because it adds so many amazing new major features.;)

    I think I'll wait a while.

    EDIT: never mind my sarcasm.......I see that BGR stated that this update improves battery life. I'm all over it now.:p

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  • Cybergypsy
    Sep 2, 04:12 PM
    But most people check the email a few times a day.........let us know :)

    May 31, 01:30 AM
    All of my favorite mac sites: (still there are more)

    Nov 2, 09:56 AM
    Obviously it's faster, but has anyone actually checked how much faster? I'd like to switch my main box to the console app but I don't want to lose all the work I've done on this WU.. Is there a way to do that, or should I just bite the bullet and lose the current WU?

    Nov 25, 01:08 PM
    as the title says i am looking for a used tiger woods gamecube game. it is going to be a christmas present for my dad.. i can also possibly trade a couple games for it and possibly a DVD movie

    i have:
    1080 avalanche (gamecube)
    and some other ones (will check later)


    2fast 2furious
    Terminator 3
    and some others

    plaese post your price or trade offers.


    Mar 28, 05:52 AM
    I have been using screen in the osx terminal to get serial access, using the following:

    screen telnet /dev/tty.usbserial

    Unfortunately I can't scrollback in screen, which makes copying long config files a process of :apple:-C, :apple:-V, and repeat. Any suggestions for native serial support in the osx terminal app WITH scrollback?

    Are you sure thats the command you use? screen telnet /dev/tty.usbserial would start screen and run telnet /dev/tty.usbserial in it which I would expect to fail straight away as telnet doesn't deal with serial ports AFAIK.

    What you probably want to use, assuming you are connecting over a serial line is screen /dev/cu.usbserial

    If you are the only serial port user on your system it probably doesn't really matter if you use cu or tty but cu is the norm when your connecting out via serial (as opposed to waiting for something to connect in).

    With that out of the way I can say that screen does have a scroll back buffer. Perhaps the easiest way to use it, assuming you are using the default key bindings, is CTRL-A ESC and then use your cursor keys to scroll around. ESC again to go back to normal mode. Screen also has copy and paste support built in but you don't need to use it if you are using a modern windowing system like OSX. Remember screen was built for use on dumb terminals where, I can assure you, it's the best thing since sliced bread but thats why it emulates its own terminal within your window.

    If you do want to use something built in that does't do its own terminal emulation then there is the cu command. Depending on the permissions setup you might need to be root to run it (or use sudo) - I haven't really used it under OSX.

    cu -l /dev/cu.usbserial

    You can drop your session with:



    Dec 3, 11:11 AM
    No One?

    No offence, but this is MACRumors :D

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