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How to get AirPrint working on Mac OS 10.6

AirPrint is a great new feature for iPad or iPhone users which gives you the ability to print directly from your device if you’re running iOS 4.2 or later. Natively, AirPrint can print via WiFi to several supported HP printers (list to come). If, however, you would like to use your existing networked printer there [...]

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Install iStat Server on Red Hat Linux

I recently installed iStat Server (Linux) so I could see my server stats on my iPhone. Very simple app. Works like a charm. I took this information from pukupi.com. I had a very hard time figuring out how to get iStat Linux working and this site helped a lot. Took forever to find though, so [...]

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Custom iPhone/iPad Signature CSS

Your iPhone must be jailbroken. Basic understanding of HTML/CSS and an editor that can edit .plist files, such as PList Edit Pro. Ability to SSH into your jailbroken iPhone. STEP ONE Log into your iPhone over AFP, browse to the following location: /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences Copy the file com.apple.mobilemail.plist to your Mac. Go ahead and duplicate this [...]

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Snow Leopard Server, CUPS, AirPrint

Getting AirPrint to work on Snow Leopard Server was a bit more tedious than getting it running on Snow Leopard 10.6.5. Truthfully, I’m not entirely sure how I got it to finally work. I’ll highlight the steps that seem most logical. Remember, this is for SLS only not OS X consumer version. Plugin your USB [...]

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Fully Integrated, Redundant Email Configuration

Finding the perfect set of applications & services to suit my email needs has proved to be an impossible task. I’ve managed to solve it, for the most part, but it’s a bit much IMO. Where I write Email, Tasks, Notes, send Meeting Invites, add Contacts: Outlook on Windows (recently Outlook 2010 for mac) Mail [...]

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