OS X Server :: Creating Database Software On Mac OS 10.5

Jan 2, 2009

I would like to develop a database software which is based on MySQL. How can I develop the interface of the database?? Are there any software like Filemaker Pro which allows me to develop a GUI for the database.

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Nov 11, 2007

Every time my screensaver launches, it shows the same image from my photos folder, and a progress bar which is labelled "Creating Mosaic Database...". It never seems to finish, and the screensaver always quits. When I try to change the settings in System Preferences, specifically when I go to Screensavers, System Preferences "unexpectedly quits." I'm running 10.5.0 on a 24' iMac 2.4Ghz.

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May 14, 2009

We run a small travel company, and are trying to create a relational database or something that will help with producing an itinerary for quotes/invoices and manage the bookings (i.e.: paid, confirmed etc). I have the design all mapped out on a lovely piece of paper, and I know exactly what needs to happen. However, I can't get this into computer speak! SQL etc., are beyond me, but am pretty nifty on most Office type applications. Initially the plan was MS Access... but this can't be used on a Mac...

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Mar 3, 2010

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Apr 24, 2012

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Mac Mini :: Creating FTP Server With Remote Access?

Aug 15, 2010

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OS X :: Creating Local DNS Server On Mini With Snow Leopard?

Nov 28, 2010

Tried running some instructions from MacWorld that were for Tiger, but it doesn't seem to work.Anybody know how to create a local DNS server on a Mac Mini running Snow Leopard?

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: Creating Default User Templates In 10.7?

May 29, 2012

I am setting up a default user profile to be used across many macbooks.  I have found instructions on how to setup a default profile for 10.6 but are there any differences for 10.7.  These machines will also be joined to Active Directory.

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MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X Server :: Creating Active Directory Users From Workgroup Manager

May 3, 2005

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Jun 17, 2012

My Open Directory users are subjected to several MCXRedirector rules that "deleteAndCreateSymlink" like follow for folders like Caches or the iPhone Simulator Application Support.The symlinks are effectively created, but the folders don't exist in the /tmp/ folder, thus making the users and myself very sad. Here the only strange things that I find in the console : [code]

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Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Jun 20, 2012

I have just finished setting up my first Lion Server from scratch on a Mac Mini with dual 500GB Drives which I set up as RAID 1. I have the server exactly as I want it, and before the users start logging on and it gets all screwed up I would like to create a disk image of it so that I could reinstall if necessary w/o having to start from scratch. 

Is the process of creating a disk image for a RAID 1 any different than that of a disk image from a single drive set up? Will Disk utility just see this as a single volume or will it want to create a disk image of the entire RAID? i.e will the disk image be 1 TB (500 GB x 2)? And when it comes to reimaging my RAID, will I just recreate a RAID 1 and be able to write to it from that disk image? 

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Apr 23, 2012

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Mac Mini :: Creating Usb Restore Disc / Load Mini SL Client On Server Via Usb Drive?

Jul 1, 2010

I do have a copy of the the Mac Mini SL Client software but I don't have another Mac to create the USB restore disc in order to load the client on the Mini Server via usb drive. I don't intend to use the Server Software and don't want to 'activate' the license so I can resell it instead. Can I just use the Server to create the bootable restore disc without 'activating' the Server License and locking it to my serial number? Or is there another way to create the restore disc if you don't have access to another Mac to run disc utility?

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OS X :: Unable To Print In Linux Print Server / Not Creating Printer

Dec 27, 2010

I'm new to Mac OS X, but have been working with Linux for almost 9 yrs now. I have set up a Linux box with CUPS 1.3.9. I can print from the server, and from other Linux stations to that remote server. However, I can't print from a client MacBook.

I set up CUPS on the client Mac via http://localhost:631 and created a printer associated with the remote queue / printer on Linux (the URL I use on OS X is http://mylinuxserver:631/printers/hpprinter and the driver is RAW).

I have no problems sending a test page from the CUPS web interface on Mac OS X to the Linux server -- the test page gets printed OK. However, I can't see the printer I just defined from other Mac OS X apps, and neither can I see it from the Add Printer Dialog on System Preferences (it's empty).

I tried creating the printer at the Add Printer dialog, but it would neither let me specify an HTTP URL (as far as I know, I had to use the IP icon on the toolbar) nor specify "RAW". So I tried creating a "dummy" printer in the Add Printer dialog, with a basic config, and then changing it from the CUPS web GUI. This didn't work either, since when I went back to the Add Printer dialog, the printer was gone.

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Feb 15, 2010

I'm new to Mac OS X, but have been working with Linux for almost 9 yrs now. I have set up a Linux box with CUPS 1.3.9. I can print from the server, and from other Linux stations to that remote server. However, I can't print from a client MacBook.

I set up CUPS on the client Mac via http://localhost:631 and created a printer associated with the remote queue / printer on Linux (the URL I use on OS X is http://mylinuxserver:631/printers/hpprinter and the driver is RAW).

I have no problems sending a test page from the CUPS web interface on Mac OS X to the Linux server -- the test page gets printed OK. However, I can't see the printer I just defined from other Mac OS X apps, and neither can I see it from the Add Printer Dialog on System Preferences (it's empty).

I tried creating the printer at the Add Printer dialog, but it would neither let me specify an HTTP URL (as far as I know, I had to use the IP icon on the toolbar) nor specify "RAW". So I tried creating a "dummy" printer in the Add Printer dialog, with a basic config, and then changing it from the CUPS web GUI. This didn't work either, since when I went back to the Add Printer dialog, the printer was gone.

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Apr 3, 2012

currently using mac mini server for sharing files and folders. Would like to setup VPN to get access to files remotely.

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-Mac OS X Server version 10.6.8

I am not sure if this version supports VPN.

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Mac mini

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Nov 15, 2010

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Mar 26, 2008

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Jun 26, 2009

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Apr 25, 2012

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Apr 29, 2012

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May 17, 2012

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Info:
MacBook Pro (13-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X Server :: Moving From Server To Non Server - Migration Assistant?

Jun 25, 2008

Does anyone have any words of wisdom about "migrating" from server to normal MacOS? I have decided to get out of the server environment - it is much more than I need in my little home office network. I have used the "Migration Assistant" successfully for non-server to non-server.

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Apr 6, 2009

I'm faced with the daunting task of migrating from Panther Server to Leopard Server. The present server is the Primary DNS serving several web sites (some of which is running MySQL databases). I have the luxury that we've bought 2 new Xserves last year, but due to time constraints, I haven't time until now to seriously consider the steps to this daunting task. We're also currently using a linux box for the firewall (it does no routing, just iptables rules). I want to migrate away from this also and utilize either Apple's firewall or a router. Is there anything out there on the web that will help me in this process? I'm terrified of messing up the production environment, especially since the Xserve is our DNS.

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Oct 25, 2008

I am looking for a Mac program that is encrypted that can be used to store data such as passwords, personal information, business information, and other information that needs to be secure. I like Bento and just upgraded to Bento 2 but there is no password protection. I have a password to log onto my Mac but I know it's not 100% secure and I'm looking for security as high as 448 bit. A password vault type of program would be nice but I want something that has additional database features. I have done a lot of work on Google but have not been able to find anything.

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Aug 11, 2009

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Removed and reinstalled MS Office 2008 and I still get the error and cannot open Entourage and it is affecting Word, Excel and PowerPoint

I have rebuilt the database but still get errors:

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Sep 16, 2010

I work for IT Support in a company and i've been handed a Mac that gives 9 beeps (3 short, 3 long, 3 short) which signals a system board problem. I am trying to get the user set up on a Windows laptop as we have no spare Macs for him and i am transferring the data from the Mac HDD to my laptop. The problem is, the emails on the HDD are in the database format and not the .mbox format. How do i convert it to a useable PST?

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Sep 18, 2010

I'm looking for a Mac desktop application that will allow me to edit MySQL databases that are located on a web server. Kind of like PHPMyAdmin, only as a desktop Mac application.

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Nov 24, 2010

I'm looking for a free databasing software for my iMac that will allow me to input all of my DVDs and Blu Rays. Is there anything out there that someone could recommend?

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Sep 25, 2007

I'm a coin collector and have mostly American coins, some foreign and other US special collector's coins. I also have some paper money. I've always wanted to prepare a coin database and came up with Liberty Street's Coin Manage and Currency Manager. A year later I'm finally getting to use them but have switched to a Mac. I could use Windows through Parallels but am wondering what Mac solutions are out there.

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