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  • Quote: Originally posted by warfang I'm afraid a windoze version would mean a usb isight. :-( 1) It didn't mean that for the iPod (at first) 2) Why would you care?
  • iChat AV seems to be gathering steam. It's catching on in the music community as a method of giving remote music lessons, for instance. Kevin Callahan And, as an example of gratuitous self promotion, let me direct you to the world's first…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Programmer "Accelerated Objective-C Dispatch" "Enable Objective-C Garbage Collection" Wow. If Cocoa gets garbage collection, a LOT more people are going to be able to use it to create bug free apps. This could …
  • Quote: Originally posted by 206amphib The airport is connected to the printer via usb. The cable modem is connected to the base station and the base station is connected to the computer via ethernet. OK, that's a typical setup. Quote: Ok,…
  • Quote: Originally posted by 206amphib Appletalk -- i had to turn this on to make my desktop "see" my printer once i plugged it into my airport base station (the base is plugged into the computer, i.e. the computer is not on the airport network, j…
  • Quote: Originally posted by DHagan4755 Where is the best place to learn the command line for a newbie? Books at Amazon? Places on the net? [/B] Sounds like you need some basic Unix background first. Unixes, like Mac OS X, use user select…
  • Quote: Originally posted by kim kap sol Nothing bad about it. Just saying that Quartz 2D Extreme is not a savior to everyone's woes...in fact, most people will not get any benefits from Q2DE. This is clearly a glass-half-empty statement. I…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Chucker Tiger will come with gcc 3.5, which will indeed bring significant performance enhancements. That's nice if you're writing applications... What I'd like to see is OS X compiled entirely with IBM's compiler…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Karl Kuehn When you say "SQL Server", does the software involve need a sql database server, or does it require "Microsoft SQL Server"... the badly named relational database software that only runs on Windows (and can o…
  • [quote]Originally posted by trowa: I have a TiBook 1 GHz Superdrive 1 GB RAM. I got it in Nov. About two weeks or so after they were available. For the past 2 weeks I've been discharging my battery through everyday use, and recharging and so forth.…
  • [quote]Originally posted by dumpster: Greetings. I am new to the OSX world, and would like to begin porting some of my personal-use code from WinNT to OSX. I am hoping that someone could point me to a good resource and/or library for handling…
  • [quote]Originally posted by OverToasty: Just a quick question ... ... if one where to get into a Mac scripting language now (I've just spent the past few years getting seriously into Java)... which is the best way to go? Applescript? or …
  • [quote]Originally posted by hot cha: Hi Tom, The comment about the terminal was a response to Scott's question (at least I thought it was). I found my error in the last line of the procedure you outlined. I typed test.pl instead of ./test.…
  • [quote]Originally posted by hot cha: Hi Scott - Thanks for joining in! I haven't tried scripting directly in the terminal. How do I run the script in that situation? Tom - Thanks for hangin' in with me. #!/usr/bin/perl -w print "Hello, …
  • [quote]Originally posted by hot cha: The code is correct (shebang and all) and I have warnings switched on, but I can't even run "Hello, World." I've tried: chmod 755 myscript.pl and chmod +x myscript.pl to no avail. Any other ide…
  • [quote]Originally posted by hot cha: Hi All, I've recently taken up learning Perl, but I've hit a snag that seems to be new with the 10.1.4 update. In order for scripts to run, they must utilize Unix-style line feeds instead of Macintosh carriag…
  • [quote]Originally posted by Scott: Seems to me that this just adds an unneeded device in an already simple process; Shoot video -> download to computer. You suggest; Shoot video -> to iPod like thing -> download to computer? …
  • [quote]Originally posted by skinlayers: Speculation: ( reposted from /. ) A HUGE (7 lbs) heat sink This is garbage. I've personally weighed one of these heatsinks, and it was a few grams over 1500. And that is about 3.3 lbs.
  • [quote]Originally posted by Nonsuch: Not sure where they got the numbers, but I've seen more than one
  • [quote]Originally posted by fieldor: I've read some things on