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    MBP for Gaming

    Yeah, thats an option, although I would then need to get a TV. (Most people assume that you already have one of those) and the reason for getting a gaming laptop (and not a big desktop) is that im pretty tight for space in my house. (its a micro house that I share with 3 other people). I should use less brackets
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    MBP for Gaming

    Hey, I have a 15" G4 Powerbook that is in need of replacement, but I really want a machine that I can use to play some upcoming games, like Crysis and Bioshock. I was looking at the 15" MBP with the 256MB graphics card, to use Vista/Bootcamp. Has anybody tried this setup for playing games? Is it any good? I'm starting to think it might make more sense to get something like the Alienware M9750 which is built for gaming, and has the MXM compliant motherboard that allows for DX10 upgrades later, but I donno if I can live without OSX. I used to use Gentoo Linux before switching to the mac 2 years ago.
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    SIP voice calls don't work w/ Belkin router

    Hey, Do you have UPnP turned on? I ask because Gizmo, and many other SIP based VoIP services use UPnP to open the RTP streams used to carry voice traffic through your router. Many router manufacturers have taken to disabling UPnP due to several security concerns voices over the past year. You could check to see if UPnP is activated, and if its not pop into the preferences screen and under advanced set Transport Setup to manual. Set the SIP and RTP ports to ports of your choice and set them up for port forwarding on your router. I hope this helps.
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    Mac Programming

    What about Ruby, although its not a very popular application programming languages, it has a very simple syntax. It allows new programmers to focus on the core concepts of object oriented programming, without the complexities of using Java or C++.
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    Apple remote pairing/unpairing

    Yeah, it is a bit silly. I have a macbook, a dock and a mac mini. It would be great if there was an easy way to just shut off the IR. Fortunately my dock is beside the mini, but I have 2 remotes, 1 from each mac. Maybe you could get some black electrical tape, and cover the black IR receiver with a perfectly round bit of tape. One of apple's less elegant solutions i suppose.
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    BATTLE: iBook SE vs. Mac Mini

    glad to be of assistance, also if you are looking a doing a lot a video stuff, like *legally* backing up DVDs or using the Mini as a Digital Video Recorder, the stackable external drives for the mini are much less obtrusive then anything that you could attach to the clamshell.
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    Apple remote pairing/unpairing

    Far as I recall the pair will stop your MBP from accepting input from unpaired remotes, but not vice versa. There is a similar method to pair a remote with the dock, and if you have a second remote you could pair the dock, and it will nolonger react to your MBP remote. Other then that I'm not sure if its possible.
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    Spoof/fake IP

    What are you trying to achieve? I mean you can go into prefs -> Network and change your IP address using the Config IPv4 drop box.
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    BATTLE: iBook SE vs. Mac Mini

    While the iBook is a classic, and would make a nice piece of Retro-tech furniture in the living room, I would go with the mini. I use a mac mini with the eyeTV tuner as a home entertainment/home server and it is the business! In particular the integration between FrontRow and eyeTV's latest software version is really nice.
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    Zen vs. iPod

    Hey, I haven't had a Zen since the Zen:Touch, which is a few years back. It was a solid player, and I brought it everywhere with me. Rock climbing, sailing, hiking, camping back packing, it was always there with me. The battery life was really impressive, and i still have it and it works great. The downside of course is that it doesn't work with the mac. There is some crazy 3rd party junk, but nothing like as intuitive as iTunes. I hear good things about the Creative:Vison players, from my M$ friends, but as far I'm concerned, I will not buy a non-iPod player unless they make the effort to support OSX.
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    US Store from UK

    Buy a US iTunes card on eBay
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    Gear4 Blueye Review

    I've had some dialogue with the guys at Gear4, and they are working on a Mac compatible firmware updater. At the moment their advice is "In the meantime please try and get access to a PC. The entire process can be done in under 2 mins." I know what you're thinking, iPod accessory without Mac support, ironic.
  13. I'm not sure if you've tried to log in via SSH (remote login). If you don't have SSH server running on your machine, you'll find it very difficult to do the things that you want to do, and I would recommend that you activate it as soon as you regain control of your machines. If you have SSH, open Terminal and type "ssh username@your_machine_ip_address" You will be prompted for your password, and then you will be given access to your machine. Then navigate to your http.conf file using the cd command. You can then replace the jankey conf file with your backup, and use "sudo shutdown -r now" to reboot. Bobs your uncle, and remember SSH is the most important service for any remote machine, especially if you are using a GUI system like VNC or ARD.
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    Spelling

    Firefox 2.0 has it. Very helpful!
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    12" Powerbook 1.5Ghz

    Actually I'm looking for someone who wants a portable mac that can render 3d worth a damn. I have a black macbook with 2GB of ram, and it doesn't render 3d like my old powerbook. Unfortunately I need a free up the cash so I'm selling it, but I know that the departure of the 12" powerbook when the MBP was launched left a gaping whole in the pro laptop line, and I'm hoping to get fair market value for it.
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