OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Firefox 11.0 'Server Not Found' Even For Apple Communities Page?

Apr 21, 2012

Just read in the SFGate that there has been a monstrous hack on computers that the FBI have circumvented and recently jailed the perps but the FBI coverage will cease in July.Is FF diverting the mal links? (if so "Hurrah for Fire Fox!" )
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8), 2T 3.33GHz Intel2 4G-Ram

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OS X :: Firefox And Safari Page Loading Slow On Snow Leopard

Sep 9, 2009

Since upgrading to Snow Leopard (SL). I have noticed a painfully slow access to sites when using Firefox and Safari. Pages used to load almost instantaneous with Leopard. Now when using either Firefox or Safari on SL, It's taking an average of 8-10 seconds to load a page in my web browser. Feels like I'm on dialup. I have the fastest internet service you can get (Roadrunner Turbo Plus), but for some unknown reason my internet page access is painfully slow. I'm really thinking of using Time Machine to set my Mac back to Leopard, but I really don't want too. I figured I'd wait a few days to see if this problem surfaces, and perhaps a solution can be found.

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OS :: Inside Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server Apple's Server Strategy?

Oct 14, 2009

Years before Mac OS X 10.0 was first released in 2001, Apple launched Mac OS X Server, targeting its newly acquired Unix-based operating system technology at the education and workgroup server market. Apple has struggled ever since to find a broad server strategy that works. The solution may be as obvious as the iPhone App Store. Mac OS X Server has remained firmly stuck in the background even as Mac OS X has blossomed. Over the last decade of Mac OS X's development, Apple transformed its legacy Mac operating system from an outdated relic stuck in maintenance mode throughout most of the 90s into a highly regarded system that gets as much or more respect from industry critics as any other desktop operating system.Apple accomplished something that many others in the industry failed to do: marry the power and familiarity of Unix with accessible ease of use in a commercially successful product. Ray Noorda tried to do this at Novell in the early 90s; Caldera's OpenLinux also failed to take over the task from Novell ten years ago. United Linux and a series of followup attempts to standardize Linux all failed to accomplish their aims. A variety of efforts to sell Linux to consumers since then have all made very little progress outside of a small niche of hobbyist users.

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Hitachi HD Does Not Found In Destination Page

Apr 2, 2012

So I tried upgrading my hard drive to a new Hitachi HD and when I tried using the mac OS X DVD it doesn't find the hard drive in the destination page. I formatted it to mac os extended journaled with 1 partition and nothing I'm stuck. Here is a picture of the disk utility page I took a screenshot of.

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OS X :: Apple Previews Mac Snow Leopard Server

Jun 10, 2008

Apple at its annual developers conference Monday revealed that Snow Leopard Server, the next generation of Mac OS X Server, will deliver new core software technologies and services designed to better connect businesses, unleash the power of modern hardware, and lay the foundation for a new wave of innovations over the next several years.

Multicore, 64-Bit, and OpenCL

Like its Mac OS X Snow Leopard client cousin, the new version of Server will deliver support for multicore processors with “Grand Central,” a new set of built-in technologies that makes all of Mac OS X Server multicore aware and optimized for allocating tasks across Macs that ship with multiple cores and processors. Similarly, the software will also use 64-bit kernel technology to support up to a theoretical 16 terabytes of RAM -- or 500 times what is possible today -- and leverage OpenCL to allow any application to tap into the vast gigaflops of GPU computing power previously available only to graphics applications

iCal Server 2

Building on the initial release of iCal Server, Snow Leopard Server will include a new version of the open standards-based calendaring and scheduling service that will include group and shared calendars, push notifications, the ability to send email invitations to non-iCal Server users, and a browser-based application that lets users access their calendars on the web when they’re away from their Mac.

Podcast Producer 2

Likewise, the first major overhaul to the system's Podcast Producer will feature an new workflow editor that leads users through all the key steps involved in creating a successful podcast. This includes everything from selecting videos, transitions, titles, and effects to adding watermarks and overlays to specifying encoding formats and target destinations — wiki, blog, iTunes U, Podcast Library — for the finished podcast.

Additionally, support for dual-video source capture will let users record both a presenter and a presentation screen, allowing a picture-in-picture style ideal for podcasting lectures. The 2.0 release will also include a new Podcast Library, which lets users host locally stored podcasts and make them available for subscription by category via automatically generated Atom web feeds.

Collaboration & Remote Access

For business, Snow Leopard Server will offer the power of online group collaboration through the use of wikis, blogs, mailing lists, and RSS feeds. More specifically, Apple said it will further the collaboration with wiki and blog templates optimized for viewing on iPhone; content searching across multiple wikis; and attachment viewing in Quick Look. It will also introduce My Page, which gives users one convenient place to access their web applications, receive notifications, and view activity streams.

Also targeted at business will be improvements to Remote Access, such as push notifications to mobile users outside a firewall, and a proxy service that offers them secure remote access to email, address book contacts, calendars, and select internal websites.

New Address Book Server

Meanwhile, one completely new feature to the sever OS will be Apple's first open standards-based Address Book Server aimed at making it easier to share contacts across multiple computers. Based on the emerging CardDAV specification, which uses WebDAV to exchange vCards, Address Book Server will let users share personal and group contacts across multiple computers and remotely access contact information without the schema limitations and security issues associated with LDAP.

Improved Mail Server and ZFS support

Among the other features planned for Snow Leopard Server are an overhauled Mail Server engine designed to handle thousands of simultaneous connections, and read and write support for the high-performance, 128-bit ZFS file system.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Cannot Receive Apple Mail - Not Connected To Server

Apr 10, 2012

Not receiving apple mail. Checked connection Doctor. Not connected to server, yet receiving gmail and yahoo mail.

Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Com.apple.wikid.mailinglists Can't Stop?

May 1, 2012

every 10 minutes in my log i see: com.apple.wikid.mailinglists mail:status = "list-updated" this is strange beause i DO NOT have mail activated, I do have webserver on but NO WIKIs are active. why would i still be getting this message? not sure if it's related but i've been experiencing random OS reboots after the memory page-file explodes and crashes. i'm getting ready to rebuild my system. don't know if it will fix my issues.  been running this box fine for a year and only recently has it gotten whacky. maybe an update did it.

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8), mac mini server

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Lost All My Apple Programs In A Restore

May 17, 2012

My Mac Mini locked up when it was downloading an update. I tried to reload the operating system from the disk shipped with the computer and it would not (said that a newer version had already been installed.So I restored from time machine, but the applications were not being backed up. I have been able to load my propriatary programs, but I cannot get the bundled Apple programs that come with the computer... So I cannot adjust system preferences or time machjine preferences. I have noe dik utility etc. How can I get the basic programs back?

Info:Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Resizing Partition With Apple Raid Card

Apr 12, 2012

I have an Apple RAID card installed with the following configuration:4 x 2TB HD'sRAID 0+1Yielding a 4TB RAID setPartitioned into:Partition 1: 40GB StartupPartition 2: 40GB Backup StartupPartition 3: The remaining available disk space into a Data drive 

The idea was I would have a reserve volume I could load another system onto and it would come in handy. 

The problem is that I didn't know that the startup drive was going to have to have an accounting application running on it that needed to have its data on the same volume. This data is growing rapidly and I am in need of expanding the volume. I have a backup of the whole setup. 

From what I can gather from my searches, I should be able to resize these partitions but I wanted to know if anyone out there had a similar setup and had tried this. Right now there is no data on Partition 2 so my thought was to delete this partition from the RAID set and then expand Partition 1, doubling the size of my startup. This would get rid of my backup startup but I could achieve that with an external drive. 

My hesitation is because I can't find any reference to doing this with a RAID 0+1 scheme (I would have preferred 1+0 but the RAID card didn't offer it...).

Apple RAID Card, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Server software

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Force Software Update To Look At Apple Instead Of Local?

Apr 23, 2012

Our company has a SL server with Software Update service running.  We have all SL Mac's except for one brand new iMac with Lion.Of course, the new iMac cannot get software updates from our server unless I make some changes on the server to accept Lion updates. 

I'd rather not do that, as with only one Lion-equipped Mac, I don't want to take up the extra space for all the Lion-related updates. So, the question is, how can I reconfigure this one iMac to look to Apple's servers instead of our local server?  I've looked and looked in the workgroup manager for where that assignment is, but this computer is not part of any group (user or computer) that might be inheriting the setting. 

Is there a manual way to reconfigure the iMac to look to Apple's servers?   

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: "push"/ "force" Safari To Open At Login, To A SPECIFIC Page?

Feb 6, 2012

Can I "push"/ "force" Safari to open at login, to a specific page?  Is this possible? I have been asked to get all client macs to open to the enterprise Intranet site at login so that news/service updates are put in front of the clients automatically...In WGM I can configure for users or Machines to open Safari at login, and it does this, but does not open the specified Homepage until they Command-n or click for New Window.Likewise if I sit at the client machine and configure Safari to run at login, again the application does activate, but needs client to call up a new page before Homepage shows. 

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Macbooks, MacBook Pros, iMacs

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Setting Up Tiscali Mail On Apple Mail Using Bt Server?

Apr 4, 2012

I use BT as my server and want to set up my tiscali mail with the Apple Mail.  Tried help from BT and Tiscali and they both couldn't set it up..

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: How To Setup Mac Mini Server As VPN Server

Apr 3, 2012

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

-Model identifier: Macmini 3.1

-Mac OS X Server version 10.6.8

I am not sure if this version supports VPN.

Mac mini

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OS X :: Massive Virtual Keyboard Found In Snow Leopard - How To Fix It

Sep 1, 2009


"More from the irresponsible speculation department.. but IMHO more logically reasoned in this instance: Leander Kahney over at Cult of Mac just found a ridiculously huge virtual keyboard in Snow Leopard.

Located in System Preferences, it serves the same function as it did under Leopard, but is much larger. There's no reason I can think of why one would need a huge virtual keyboard just to show them what happens when you press the option key.

I find this fairly persuasive evidence of hooks being set in the OS for a touchscreen Mac, though I am aware of my bias, being on record as an iTablet fanboi. So take this, as every piece of speculation, with a grain of salt."

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OS X :: Using Terminal - Bash / Command Not Found For Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Apr 1, 2010

I'm using Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

whenever I try almost any command at Terminal, I come across an annoying message like:

-bash: unzip: command not found

this is a sample for i tried unzip, but it happens for so many other command as well

so what is that? do I need to install anything to make terminal work with these commands?

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Hardware :: Printer Not Found After Snow Leopard Install?

Aug 30, 2009

I have a Konica Minolta Bizhub C350 (photocopier/printer). It connects via network to my airport express. All five of my Macs found it using Bonjour under Leopard.

I installed Snow Leopard on all five Macs, and now, none of them have the printer in their list of available printers. This is an older printer, however far too expensive to replace.

Any idea of how to get Snow Leopard to discover it again? I noticed that when I click on the printer preferences, and attempt to add it again, there isn't even a Bonjour option.

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Push Login Script From Server To User Workstations?

Mar 22, 2012

i have a domain controller and active directory based policy win 2003, one xserve running mac os x server 10.6.8 and alot of macs workstations. How can i push login script on all macs without adding it in login items? The script i want to store on smb or afp share disk, and will be edited from time to time. I've tried to add it on xserve from WGM, but it threw an error that current directory schema doesn't store desktop settings.So how can i solve this?

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: ICal Server: Free/Busy And/or Availability Not Working?

Jun 14, 2012

I run 10.6.8 server in a VM with Parallels Server for Mac. Lithium pinged me early Monday morning to tell me that my calendar server wasn't reachable. I found it had kernel panicked. After resetting it and verifying the directory structure and permissions, it booted fine. But availability or free/busy wasn't working for all users! The events were all there. Invites could be sent and received but when a user checks for availability when creating events. they see the daily work hours grayed out but not anything corresponding to a scheduling conflict.  

Things I have Tried:

- bounced ical server

- Rebooted the server

- checked the owners and permissions for the data store hierarchy. (_calendar:_calendar 750)

- checked for xattrs on .ics files in several calendars

- deleted .db.sqlite for several users in several dir in their calendar stores

- in the past I have found that some iTIP invitations seem to get "stuck' causing problems with an individual users free/busy and deleting the inbox resolves this so I deleted several inboxes

-I moved a copy of the data store to a test server and pointed several clients at it. 

The issue persisted in all of these cases without any change in behavior with one exception; somewhere (i lost track of where) during this process users also lost their delegation preferences. I'd love to find out how and where that is stored so that it can be restored in the future. It seems pretty fragile... 

I found one way to restore the functionality; copying a users __uid__/<GUID>/calendar out. . Moving all the folders under <GUID> out of the way and dropping the .ics files into ical with their account configured in that instance. Although this worked for selected users, I have many, many users and calendars so this solution would be suboptimal.  

Xserve, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Server-admin Lost Config After Restart?

Apr 6, 2012

my problem is that on a restart of one of my 10.6.8 Servers parts of the Serveradmin configs are gone while some of them persists. The lost configs are everytime the same: VPN (complete) and iChat (a secondary but very important Host-Domain). Of course a can restore them from a backup but that shouldn't the standard procedure after a restart.... 

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Server Loses Active Directory Binding?

May 15, 2012

I am running an open directory/active directory network.  Authentication is from the Windows server 2003 active directory.  It has worked fine until the last month. Now clients stop authenticating & when I  check the AD plugin it says network accounts are not available.  I can force the server to unbind, then renew the binding & everything works great.Is there any work around or fix for this other than upgrading the windows server to 2008? 

OS X server, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Software Update Server Not Working After Change Location Files

Mar 14, 2012

I had a goodworking SUS (10.6.8) working but the drive is getting full so i change the location of the files to another disk (in the xserve)and follow instructions from Apple (page 84 from the manual System Imaging)sudo cp -p /private/var/db/swupd/html /Volumes/My_Volume/My_Software_Updates_Folder/This works and i copy the files to a new drive. I also change the SUS so that theu host files for Lion clients url..works also, start SUS in Server Admin but when clients wants to connect i get an error that there is no SUS available and when i use the browser for an check i get een Forbidden error url...ForbiddenYou don't have permission to access /index.sucatalog on this server.Apache/2.2.21 (Unix) Server at Port 80.

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Software Update Server / No Original For Index.sucatalog Alias?

Jun 28, 2012

Trying to set up the Software Update Server under 10.6.8 Server. Have everything set up properly as per Apple's documentation, but all clients error out on software updates (saying they can't find the index. sucatalog file). When you view this file, which is an alias, within the HTML folder that is created when you enable the Software Update service in Server Admin, the alias doesn't link to an original.I've tried this on two separate 10.6.8 Server installations and I get the same error on both machines.Where is the alias "index.sucatalog" supposed to point to?Software Update Error Log in Server Admin says "Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible" and points to the alias file.

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7), Xserves (Early 2009, Early 2008, G5), Mac Pro

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Replacing A Hard Drive Of RAID 5 System Just Ruined OS X 10.6.8 Server?

Jul 2, 2012

My system is MacPro 2009 with 10.6.8 server and Apple RAID card. Last week, RAID util just notified me of one drive is not viable, so i decided to replace the drive today. The configuration of my system is... There is an Apple Raid Card for HW Raid system Bay 1 = 640 TB drive with Mac OS X 10.6.8 server installed Bay 2, 3, 4 = 1.5 TB drives set up as RAID 5 below is what I did to replace the degraded Bay 4... 

1. I shut down the system

2. replaced the corrupted drive with the new hard drive

3. tried start the machine again.Now my machine refuses to start up with the blinking question mark... I guess that the system fails to recognize the new drive or cannot find the system files... 

4. So I put back the degraded drive...

5. The machine still won't start...

6. I tried to use the 10.6 server installation disk to boot up the machine to check if I can fix the system via disk util; but, everytime I do this, I got kernel panic...  

7. resetting PR Ram didn't help, cannot boot up via safe mode as well (since the system file is not accessible now, I guess...).

8. booting via 10.6.2 server installation DVD still gives me kernel panic...  

Why would my system corrupt by just replacing one degrade drive? The Mac OS X is not even the part of the Raid system... How am I supposed to fix this issue with out the installation disk?

Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Spotlight Can't Find TextEdit, Other Apps Found Ok

Apr 3, 2012

I have a very odd problem. Spotlight can't find TextEdit anymore, even if I type the name of the app fully in the field. The app is right where it should be in the Applications folder. It hasn't been excluded from search and I have done a reindex of Spotlight but the problem persists. Other apps come up exactly right.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: Profile Manager - Not Found The Requested URL /wiki Was Not Found On This Server

May 2, 2012

I have installed Lion Server with Web and Profile Manager services. When I log into the profile manager web page I receive the message "Not Found  The requested URL /wiki was not found on this server." 

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Delete Server Portion From My Mac Mini?

Mar 10, 2012

I don't use any of it and would like to update to lion with out the server portion.

Info:Mac mini Server (Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Software Update 10.6.8 Server Crash?

Mar 23, 2012

Up until a recent update, software update was working. Now it just crashes. I've tried deleting the Pref's and downloading updates directly, but that hasn't helped.

Xserve, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Install A SSL Certificate On A Mailserver Under 10.6 Server?

Apr 18, 2012

I'm trying to install a SSL Certificate on a mailserver under 10.6 server. I dont know what to do by intermediate certificate and choosing type on certificate assistant.

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Update Mysql For Server 10.6.8 Safely?

May 19, 2012

Server version is: 5.0.8 Current available seems to be : 5.5.24 community server available from h [URL]if I already have several databases running under 5.0.8 what are the hazards with upgrading to 5.5.24 community server?

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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App Store :: Lion Server Upgrade For Snow Leopard Server

May 27, 2012

I can't seem to get the App Store to sell me Lion Server for my Snow Leopard Server.I'm trying to remain positive about this but I'm getting really that money isn't enough to make this happen.My experiencewith the App Store and Apple policies in general is its almost time to dump OS X and head back to Open Source.I put money in my iTunes account.I've done the 15 logins it takes to satisfy AppleID my account is complete and up-to-date in the store and the Support Communities.How do I buy the software and actually download and install it?

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8), upgrade to Lion

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