Staff at the Apple Store were great! Well executed. I was first one in the store and was out with the phone in less than 10min
If you go the second route, I'd just disable wireless on the Linksys and let the Expresses handle wireless.
The real kicker is the use of the technology. In japan the imode phones will email you a coupon to the video store for a new release that you've been waiting for while you're on your way home from work. Show the phone with the coupn displayed at the checkout and they give you a couple hundred yen off.
Good use of the features is what will make the real difference.
Got it brand new on eBay for $65, which is way lower than the crumpler price.
Really? Interesting. Thank you! :)
HAHAHAHAHA.....Very true.....good point ;)
And, with redsn0w, you don't need to go through all that loader crap. It just installs Cydia directly on the SpringBoard. I've tried greenpoison before, and it didn't work for me, either (but for a different reason).
im using Verizon DSL. Im connected to a wireless router.
Ok, just thought I'd ask. You can certainly experiment with it. Open Terminal and type ftp. Type the name of the server, your username and password and play around a bit. Type help once you get logged into your server and take a look at the put and mput commands (they're for uploading files). It's ugly, but it works and may be a good workaround until you resolve your GUI issues.
Just a thought, you can read up on how to use Terminal in help or online. I'll refrain of typing up some huge confusing instruction set on how to do it since it's not really your first choice here.
you say it worked fine, but then it sounds like your upset it doesn't have audio.
what mac do you have?
how to hook it up depends on what kind, and how old it is.
if you're not sure how old it is, go to the :apple: menu, about this mac, more info.
then on the the main hardware page, there is a Model Identifier should say something followed by a couple numbers, like "Macmini4,1"
give us that, and we can tell you what you need.
Apple today released Canon Printer Drivers 2.3 for Mac OS X v10.6 (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL899), an updated package of drivers for users of Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Canon printers and multifunction devices.
The update weighs in at 281.16 MB and requires Mac OS X 10.6.1 or later. Full details of driver support for various Canon devices are available in Apple's associated support document (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3669#canon).
Update: While Apple's download page still lists the version as 2.2, the actual download indicates that 2.3 is now the latest version of the Canon drivers.
Update 2: Apple has corrected the download page to refer to the proper version (2.3) of the drivers.
Article Link: Apple Releases Canon Printer Drivers 2.3 for Snow Leopard (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/24/apple-releases-canon-printer-drivers-2-2-for-snow-leopard/)
I can't find OS 9.x install discs for a reasonable price. They're all a fortune.
If anyone can help me acquire, borrow, copy, torrent, whatever a version of this OS we (my students and I) would appreciate it.
Of course, you're asking, "What the heck will students do with these relics?" We have kids with multiple disabilities. We're running some VERY basic software, games, etc. So these iMacs will provide basic functionality needed.
So I cant do it with a DVD at all? WTH? Seems very inconvenient to need the special USB install media.
This is just a thought, but maybe you could take one of your own flash drives into an Apple Store? They might be willing to clone one of the USB drives for you, or maybe even replace it for a small fee.