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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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Home Server Setup on Bell / Rogers

Router Setup Part I Router Setup Part II Allow Remote Connections Remote Access Router Setup P.1 – Router IP & DDNS In order to access your home computer you need a dedicated IP. Rogers and Bell use static IP. Using a free DNS service your router can tell this service when your IP changes so [...]

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Time Machine Backup Failure 10.6+

UPDATE: It’s been a few months since I originally posted this. The same thing has happened again. The quick solution — format the drive, start a fresh TM backup. Working again without any issues. Apple really needs to get on this. This problem seems to be happening in Snow Leopard Server 10.6.5 as well as [...]

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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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Quicklook ZIP files OS X 10.5

I’m a big fan of being able to quickly hit the spacebar and preview files in OS X. I also like the ability to quickly look inside a .ZIP folder by simply tapping my spacebar. To enable .ZIP preview in Snow Leopard download this package and follow the instructions. Very easy.

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