by Gerald Martin Davenport I have been thinking about this issue for quite sometime, and in the beginning, I was one of those that was behind the times — running 10.5.8 on a PowerBook G4: the last OS 10 it would upgrade to because it was not an Intel chip. It is not the first [...]
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• NEXT MEETING: Monday, September 13 • Bill Yanko, from the Lake Wildwood Mac User Group, will do a presentation on "GOING PAPERLESS." "I will be sharing my experiences about Going Paperless. This is a project I’ve been working on for some months now and I've learned a lot. There are a number of factors [...]
NEXT MEETING: Monday, September 13 Yes we changed it and it was posted on the website http://www.sierramousetrap.org/ awhile back, but I know most have busy lives and sometimes forget to check on things they know they should — I know, I am that way at times; you put it off, you put it off, and then, [...]
Have you ever performed a ‘repair permissions’ on your hard drive. Ever gotten a message [Warning: SUID file...] or [Permissions differ...]? After a trip to the Mac store and some research I discovered these messages are ‘ok’. Well, according to Apple. Here’s a list of some of the ‘ok’ ones. “http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1448″
At the October meeting (last night, as I write this) we discussed memory and CPU usage, and the value of more RAM. This article, that I stumbled across this morning, seems like a great little demo of what we were talking about. Also, here are links to some of the other sites we talked about: [...]
After updating your system be sure and check “Sharing” Preferences to make sure your Firewall is ON. The default is OFF and it seems to revert to this setting on my computer after installation.