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I tried the SharePoints AutoMounter. It didn't work - but that was probably because I didn't do it correctly. Maybe Brad can tell us if there's a config file that we can edit to make network volumns mount automaticly.
M3D Jack is correct. I beleive there will be a OPTIONS button on the left side of the window that you will have click to begiven the choice to install the drivers he speaks of.
Insert the OS 9 disk in to the CD Drive. Restart. Hold down the "C" key. This will force it to start off of whatever CD is in the CD drive, if it bootable of course. Also, I hope you formated the hard drive as HFS+ when you installed OS X, and not UFS, 'cause OS 9 won't install on UFS.
The bottom font is Eurostyle Extended. Example I've use the top font a handfull of times over the years, but can not remember it's name. Here is a website that will possibly help you identify the font in question: Identifont.com
Before Apple will swirch to Intel's Itanium 2 it will switch to IBM's Power4 or Power5 for it's server line while having the 970 in it's workstation and desktop lines. Remember the Power line of processors should run Mac OS X without a hitch.
Nothing will change. Apple sells us a poor product (under-powered, and generation of technology behind) at extreamly high prices. Just like our government when it is under the control of liberal leadership. Tax & Spend, baby! But, I'm sure Mr. Gore is an smart guy. Opinions of different people are... different. Because his political opinions are differnet than mine doesn't make me believe he's a poor business man. I don't want the guy to be the President, but I'm sure...
on a Rev. C iMac, a Blue & White G3, a AGP G4, and a Dual 1.25. I want to make two partitions on the drives, one UFS for Mac OS X and it's applications, and one Mac OS Extended for Classic and it's application (QuarkXPress). We are making the switch to InDesign and I will be deleting the "Classic Partition" when the switch is done. This will keep my OS X partition clean. BTW, what size should I make the Classic partition? Bad idea or good idea?
I replaced the original 32MB with 128MB, plus the 128MB I added when I first purchased it, that's 256MB. I hope that'll do. I'm going to install OS X this afternoon.
The largest Apple reseller and service center in northern Indiana told me that 128 was the most it would take. He said that sometimes 256 works and sometimes it didn't. He suggested I play it safe. Then he sold a 128MB low profile SODIMM for $40.00 Lessoned learned, always pull a chair up to the Genius Bar and have a chat with the other patrons before making any decisions [ 03-13-2003: Message edited by: fahlman ]

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