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10.3: Enable AppleTalk server browsing
Authored by: scifiman on Oct 30, '03 11:05:25AM

Just one more confirmation that Apple is finally trying to kill Appletalk.



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10.3: Enable AppleTalk server browsing
Authored by: DaveJello on Oct 30, '03 11:38:12AM

Thank you! I've been wondering why AppleTalk wasn't showing up in my network, and couldn't figure out why it was appearing in some of the other computers around the office. Of course, that brings up the question - why did those computers have it enabled by default and mine didn't? (I installed and setup Panther on all of them). Strange...



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Die Appletalk!
Authored by: tomem on Oct 30, '03 07:25:30PM

Die Appletalk, Die! I am so sick of my PowerBook getting tied in knots every time I walk away from my desk, having forgotten to dismount whatever Appletalk volume I have mounted on it.

I'm ready to do everything via FTP or SCP, using RBrowser, if Apple won't make a Finder than knows how to do that stuff...

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TomEM
Crofton, MD



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Die Appletalk!
Authored by: scifiman on Oct 30, '03 09:03:29PM

Yes me, too. As far as ftp and ssh go, I played around with one of the early Panther Betas and if you had the terminal open, when you ctrl-clicked on its dock icon, it would bring up a menu with the ssh, ftp commands in it. I believe you could even save the commands that you used often. Unfortunately, I don't have the final Panther set yet, so I can't verify that it is still there.



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Die Appletalk!
Authored by: jmah on Oct 30, '03 10:24:50PM

I just checked then; there's a really neat "Connect to server..." dialog box which sounds something like what you are describing (although I didn't play with the Panther betas).

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Die Appletalk!
Authored by: blgrace on Nov 29, '03 04:51:24PM

I tried the "Connect to Server" trick from the Docked Terminal.app and I get this:
Connecting to 192.168.0.2...
me@192.168.0.2's password:
Received message too long 1214606444
[Process exited - exit code 255]

I can do a secure shell session though



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