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Three, six-story buildings = 107,000 square feet?

That's 18 floors at about 6,000 sq ft each. That doesn't sound right to me - few people construct multi-story office buildings with that footprint.
Posted by Camelot, on Jan 18, 2013 at 01:17 PM, in Mac News
Which part of the article can you not accept? ... 148 Views / 9 Replies  
Which part of the article can you not accept?

That Apple sold 17.2 items per hour?
That Microsoft sold 3.5 items per hour?

Judging by my local Microsoft store, which is almost directly...
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 26, 2012 at 09:12 AM, in Tech News
I guess the weather must be bad in Minneapolis... 148 Views / 9 Replies  
I guess the weather must be bad in Minneapolis because 17 items per hour, or one every three and a half minutes seems way low to me.
Admittedly, I didn't spend 8 hours in my local Apple Store over...
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 26, 2012 at 08:42 AM, in Tech News
"...from as little as a few inches off a desk, up... 82 Views / 1 Replies  
"...from as little as a few inches off a desk, up to half a foot."

umm... that's not really a very wide range now, is it?
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 1, 2012 at 02:33 PM, in Mac News
For a company who's focussed (no pun intended) on... 133 Views / 6 Replies  
For a company who's focussed (no pun intended) on displays, they sure have an ugly web site.
Posted by Camelot, on Oct 19, 2012 at 04:34 PM, in Mac News
#corrections : The MoviePass link in paragraph 1... 74 Views / 1 Replies  
#corrections : The MoviePass link in paragraph 1 redirects to some article about Rogers LTE rollout.
Posted by Camelot, on Oct 2, 2012 at 10:39 AM, in Tech News
#corrections The subject talks of Apple vs.... 73 Views / 1 Replies  
#corrections The subject talks of Apple vs. Samsung but the article is Apple vs. Motorolo
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 13, 2012 at 04:41 PM, in Tech News
Got to love 'analysts'. "An analyst recently... 281 Views / 11 Replies  
Got to love 'analysts'.

"An analyst recently claimed the iPhone was no longer Verizon's bestselling smartphone, losing its position to the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx."

Let's put that into the...
Posted by Camelot, on Jul 19, 2012 at 10:29 AM, in Tech News
There's not enough in your post to explain why,... 580 Views / 2 Replies  
There's not enough in your post to explain why, or debug/solve the problem.

First off, what happens when you try? What error message do you get?

Secondly, what address does avwproductions.com...
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 26, 2009 at 02:33 AM, in Networking
> Network A has a plotter that I need to be able... 1,188 Views / 4 Replies  
> Network A has a plotter that I need to be able to plot to, via ethernet. Network B has an internet connection 2 1/2 time faster than Network A's connection.

Are you the only person who needs to...
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 21, 2009 at 01:51 AM, in Networking
Sounds like a classic keepalive problem to me. ... 573 Views / 3 Replies  
Sounds like a classic keepalive problem to me.

By default, SSH will drop a connection after a period of inactivity. You can change this by telling it to maintain a keepalive with the server - a...
Posted by Camelot, on Nov 21, 2009 at 01:46 AM, in Mac OS X
> but their site, not the product packaging,... 4,040 Views / 5 Replies  
> but their site, not the product packaging, states they don't support file systems from Mac OS or Linux

That's not a correct interpretation.

The router doesn't understand or use HFS+ itself,...
Posted by Camelot, on Jun 16, 2009 at 01:15 PM, in Networking
First check here... 4,040 Views / 5 Replies  
First check here (http://www.belkin.com/support/article/?lid=en&pid=F5D8235-4&aid=14335&scid=0) to make sure your external drive isn't on their 'unsupported 'list.

Assuming it is supported, it's...
Posted by Camelot, on Jun 16, 2009 at 12:52 AM, in Networking
When you run the first-time setup utility on a... 281 Views / 1 Replies  
When you run the first-time setup utility on a new machine (or after re-installing the OS) you have options to import your user settings from another machine or a Time Machine backup.

The TM...
Posted by Camelot, on Jun 13, 2009 at 03:40 PM, in Mac OS X
The Finder only shows volumes mounted under... 1,592 Views / 2 Replies  
The Finder only shows volumes mounted under /Volumes.

Therefore if you automount a directory elsewhere it won't show up. It's always been that way.

If you want your automounts to appear in the...
Posted by Camelot, on Jun 13, 2009 at 03:35 PM, in Networking
It's entirely possible to configure both... 1,377 Views / 8 Replies  
It's entirely possible to configure both interfaces with the same IP address if you really need. It's just that you can't have both interfaces active at the same time.

Therefore your best solution...
Posted by Camelot, on Jun 13, 2009 at 03:32 PM, in Networking
Poll: It's not an official statistic, but one report... 1,009 Views / 31 Replies  
It's not an official statistic, but one report (from the BBC, I think) said that 40% of iPhone activations were new AT&T customers - presumably mostly switchers, but possibly also people getting...
Posted by Camelot, on Jul 7, 2007 at 09:29 PM, in iPhone, iPad & iPod
Yeah, it's not easy to find, but the Mac version... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
Yeah, it's not easy to find, but the Mac version of VZAccess is actually a co-branded copy of Smith Micro's wireless card manager.

You can get it from http://www.vzam.net/ but you need a valid...
Posted by Camelot, on Oct 4, 2006 at 05:28 PM, in Networking
The BroadbandAccess solutions they're referring... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
The BroadbandAccess solutions they're referring to on that page are laptops which ship with built-in support for their EVDO network - i.e. no USB/PCCard/ExpressCard needed. 

Clearly Apple don't...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 27, 2006 at 08:05 PM, in Networking
System Profiler will give you a list of all... 415 Views / 1 Replies  
System Profiler will give you a list of all applications installed on the system:

system_profiler SPApplicationsDataType

It'l give you a breakdown of the applications, path and Info string....
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 23, 2006 at 04:23 AM, in Mac OS X
A PCCard will work just as well provided you are... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
A PCCard will work just as well provided you are very precise with your hacksaw so that when you cut the card in half (so that it fits in the MacBook Pro's ExpressCard slot) you don't damage any of...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 23, 2006 at 04:17 AM, in Networking
The verizon software basically creates a new... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
The verizon software basically creates a new network location and switches to it when you activate the connection. It's not much of a problem unless you don't realize this and try to change any of...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 23, 2006 at 04:14 AM, in Networking
No offense, but I hope you've used that site to... 570 Views / 3 Replies  
No offense, but I hope you've used that site to browse many, many sites, including sites that require logins.

What I'm getting at is that you know nothing about the site you're hitting there, or...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 19, 2006 at 04:37 AM, in Networking
Forget Cingular. Their sales staff don't know how... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
Forget Cingular. Their sales staff don't know how to spell 'Mac'. None of their products support Mac OS X out of the box. You can find 'support' for their wireless cards on their web site, but it...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 18, 2006 at 06:10 PM, in Networking
I'm with the Apple Store here. I've yet to see a... 1,874 Views / 16 Replies  
I'm with the Apple Store here. I've yet to see a single wireless USB card that's worth jack. They're slow, unreliable and vendor support is severely lacking (even if they claim Mac OS X support).
...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 12, 2006 at 01:53 PM, in Networking
I'm not sure how you expect to integrate fiber... 444 Views / 4 Replies  
I'm not sure how you expect to integrate fiber channel into this setup unless you're talking XServe RAID, in which case you'll need the RAID, a fiber channel switch, HBAs, etc. - you're talking $20K...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 12, 2006 at 01:45 PM, in Networking
It all depends on how you're connecting. If... 873 Views / 12 Replies  
It all depends on how you're connecting. If you're using the Finder's 'Connect to Server...' you can force an AFP connection by entering a AFP url: afp://ip.address/sharename/
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 12, 2006 at 02:29 AM, in Networking
Yes, theoretically gigabit ethernet can achieve... 444 Views / 4 Replies  
Yes, theoretically gigabit ethernet can achieve 125MB/sec, but you are never going to get that on a single host. Most networks run at about half the theoretical speed, and that's what you're getting,...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 12, 2006 at 02:27 AM, in Networking
You can't do anything with it, at least not... 418 Views / 8 Replies  
You can't do anything with it, at least not without at least putting in a hard drive.

Of course, it could be configured to NetBoot, but then you're going to have to build a Solaris NetBoot server...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 4, 2006 at 07:41 PM, in Networking
You need to setup a Virtual Private Network... 1,000 Views / 1 Replies  
You need to setup a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Configure one machine on a high speed internet connection and setup a VPN server on it.

Mac OS X Server comes with a built-in VPN server and...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 4, 2006 at 03:52 AM, in Networking
6. For DNS server, enter the router address (in... 1,689 Views / 32 Replies  
6. For DNS server, enter the router address (in this example 192.168.0.1)


This is not correct and in many cases will break your network.

The router rarely acts as a DNS server. Some vendors...
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 2, 2006 at 04:40 AM, in Networking
Did you read the man page? -v ... 1,309 Views / 3 Replies  
Did you read the man page?

-v Verbose output. ICMP packets other than ECHO_RESPONSE that are
received are listed.
Posted by Camelot, on Sep 2, 2006 at 04:33 AM, in Mac OS X
This is nothing new. For years the Intel... 591 Views / 5 Replies  
This is nothing new.

For years the Intel compilers have excelled over other compilers in generating optimized code for Intel processors. There's even been talk that the Intel compilers...
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:45 AM, in Developer Center
You don't need to use any special routing - the... 639 Views / 4 Replies  
You don't need to use any special routing - the OS will take care of this automatically if you setup your network correctly.

Since it isn't working I'm guessing you set the IP address of the wired...
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:33 AM, in Networking
Sure. You need to run a proxy server. Squid... 100,112 Views / 8 Replies  
Sure. You need to run a proxy server. Squid (http://squid-cache.org/) is one of the most popular open-source proxies you can download and install.

Be aware, though, that you need to give some...
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:29 AM, in Mac OS X
You can use both links simultaneously, but only... 318 Views / 3 Replies  
You can use both links simultaneously, but only by statically routing some traffic over one connection, leaving all other traffic to use the default route through the other router.

For example,...
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 27, 2006 at 01:58 AM, in Networking
You don't need terminal.app, AppleScript can run... 624 Views / 2 Replies  
You don't need terminal.app, AppleScript can run shell script' directly via the do shell script command:

do shell script "ls ~/Documents"
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 26, 2006 at 04:24 PM, in Mac OS X
If you don't have CalcServices installed,... 6,084 Views / 49 Replies  
If you don't have CalcServices installed, Command-Shift-8 (or, more specifically, Command-*) is assigned to the Script Editor -> Get Result of AppleScript service menu.

As a result you can select...
Posted by Camelot, on Aug 26, 2006 at 04:18 PM, in Mac OS X
Reality Check 5,782 Views / 50 Replies  
OK folks, take a deep breath... here goes:

Your Mac, the very one you're using right now ALREADY HAS INTEL CHIPS IN IT.

OK, for sure it doesn't use an Intel chip as the main CPU, but there are...
Posted by Camelot, on May 29, 2005 at 02:50 AM, in MacNN Lounge
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: So, no PowerBook G5 until summer? 6,449 Views / 57 Replies  
Irrelevant.

PowerBooks don't need 3 drive bays (the front 1/3 of the XServe is nothing but drive bays), dual ethernet ports. 3 PCI slots and internal AC/DC power supplies.

If you look inside...
Posted by Camelot, on Jan 15, 2005 at 04:48 PM, in Mac Notebooks
My 2 PowerBook 15" BTOs left Shanghai, China... 15,606 Views / 396 Replies  
My 2 PowerBook 15" BTOs left Shanghai, China today and are currently listed as sitting in Anchorage, AK.

Estimated delivery date, 4/29
Posted by Camelot, on Apr 27, 2004 at 10:31 PM, in Mac Notebooks
Order shipp 15,606 Views / 396 Replies  
I have two 15" BTO PowerBooks on order.

Received shipping confirmation today. Shipped from Shanghai, China. Est arrival 2/29.
Posted by Camelot, on Apr 27, 2004 at 07:01 PM, in Mac Notebooks
Re: How to mount a single xserve 1,155 Views / 5 Replies  
Umm.. so why are you buying an XServe at all?

A regular (tower) system will offer equal or better performance for less $$'s and you don't need to worry about rackmount solutions for it.
Posted by Camelot, on Mar 18, 2004 at 02:50 AM, in Mac OS X
From your description (read a file and plot a... 445 Views / 8 Replies  
From your description (read a file and plot a graph), even Excel can do that.

Alternatively, look at DeltaGraph ( http://www.redrocksw.com/deltagraph/mac/ ), a more full-featured graphing program.
Posted by Camelot, on Jan 4, 2004 at 06:56 PM, in Developer Center
Re: Whoa: Faster than 56Mbps??? 427 Views / 3 Replies  
The D-Link (and other 108mbps cards) work by using dual channels simultaneously. So, yes, they can work although like all wireless solutions, the rates quoted are theoretical maximum and never...
Posted by Camelot, on Jan 2, 2004 at 02:56 AM, in Networking
You need to be very careful doing this with your... 433 Views / 5 Replies  
You need to be very careful doing this with your downloads folder.

As you start the download, the file is created and your script fires.

However, there's a significant chance that the script...
Posted by Camelot, on Dec 28, 2003 at 04:44 AM, in Developer Center
Re: netstat output 3,708 Views / 1 Replies  
Wel, you didn't say which netstat options you're using, but I'm guessing -n.

That said, the link numbers refer to the local interfaces in your machine. The specified interfaces are in the subnets...
Posted by Camelot, on Dec 20, 2003 at 04:39 PM, in Mac OS X
Re: remotely wakeup Mac from sleep? 670 Views / 5 Replies  
Assuming you're talking about a local area network (LAN), there are a number of utilities that will wake a sleeping system. Check Version Tracker for 'wake on lan'.
Posted by Camelot, on Dec 12, 2003 at 02:02 AM, in Mac OS X
Re: XServe RAID drive bays 653 Views / 4 Replies  
I can't say absolutely for the XServe RAID, but the XServe comes with blank drive bays that you can not install a disk in. I'm 99% sure the XServe RAID follows the same setup.
Posted by Camelot, on Dec 12, 2003 at 01:53 AM, in Mac OS X
FWIW, a more precise comparison can be achieved... 375 Views / 12 Replies  
FWIW, a more precise comparison can be achieved using the 'time' utility:

time <command>

It will run <command> then output the exact time taken to run, indicating CPU time as well as overall...
Posted by Camelot, on Dec 12, 2003 at 01:41 AM, in Mac OS X
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