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  • #2
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    Linux Ubuntu 13
    Apache 2
    MySQL 5.5
    PHP 5
    vBulletin 3.7.4

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    • #3
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      # apt-get install sendmail

      *** *** *** WARNING *** WARNING *** WARNING *** WARNING *** *** ***

      Everything you need to support STARTTLS (encrypted mail transmission
      and user authentication via certificates) is installed and configured
      but is *NOT* being used.

      To enable sendmail to use STARTTLS, you need to:
      1) Add this line to /etc/mail/sendmail.mc and optionally
      to /etc/mail/submit.mc:
      include(`/etc/mail/tls/starttls.m4')dnl
      2) Run sendmailconfig
      3) Restart sendmail

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      • #4
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        To install Leopard on an “unsupported” G4 clocked under 867 MHz:

        1. Reboot your Mac and hold down the Cmd-Opt-O-F keys until you get a white screen with black text. This is the Open Firmware prompt.

        2. Insert the Mac OS X Leopard Install DVD.

        3. Type the following lines exactly as shown below into the Open Firmware prompt. Be mindful of capitalization, spaces, zeros, etc. If the command is properly typed and understood, Open Firmware will display “ok” at the end of each line after you hit “return”. What these lines do is set the CPU speed reported by Open Firmware to OS X as an 867 MHz G4 processor system. They then continue the boot from the DVD drive.

        For single CPUs, use the following three lines:

        dev /cpus/PowerPC,G4@0
        d# 867000000 encode-int " clock-frequency" property
        boot cd:,\\:tbxi
        For dual CPUs, use the following five lines:

        dev /cpus/PowerPC,G4@0
        d# 867000000 encode-int " clock-frequency" property
        dev /cpus/PowerPC,G4@1
        d# 867000000 encode-int " clock-frequency" property
        boot cd:,\\:tbxi
        4. Continue the install normally.

        5. This CPU setting is only in effect until the Mac reboots. Once OS X Leopard is installed and your Mac has rebooted, the proper CPU speed should once again be displayed when you select About This Mac under the Apple menu.

        This article was written by Dylan McDermond and first published on 2007.12.06. It was updated 2007.12.24.

        UPDATE: The folks at iCode have taken the information from this article and used it to create LeopardAssist, a free program that automates this process and eliminates the need to fiddle with OpenFirware on your own.

        Editor’s note: Some readers have noted problems booting the Leopard install disc using the above commands. If so, substitute “mac-boot” (without the quote marks) for the last line in the above Open Firmware commands. Also, if your Mac locks up hard during this process, resetting the PRAM (start your Mac and immediately hold down Cmd-Opt-P-R until your Mac restarts) should bring it back to life.
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          Repurposing a Mac mini G4 as an iTunes Server | Mactuts+

          If you’ve been an avid user of Apple Macs for any length of time, the chances are that you have a PowerPC G4 Mac that pre-dates the Macs with Intel processors. You might also think that these machines are slow and, relatively speaking, useless. That’s not the case.
          In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to get your G4 Mac up to speed in order that you can use it as an iTunes media server for your household.
          Why Run iTunes From a G4?
          If your main Mac is a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, using it as an iTunes server means storing all your media on your main device – a device that may have a relatively small SSD.
          It makes sense to run iTunes on an old PowerPC G4 Mac, as these machines are relatively cheap to purchase and it means that you can store all of your media separately to your main Mac.
          What You’ll Need
          In order to get a Mac mini G4 (or other Mac G4) up and running, for iTunes, there are going to be a few things that we need to do.
          Mac mini G4 (or other Mac G4)
          Retail copy of OS X 10.5 Leopard DVD
          iTunes 10.6.3 (free download)
          QuickTime 7.7 (free download)
          Apple ID
          An external hard drive (suggest one powered by USB bus)
          The reason that we need an external hard drive is that the hard drive in the Mac is likely to be of a fairly small capacity, such as 40GB. This is not going to be enough for lots of music, films and television programmes.
          The advantage of an external hard drive is that the storage of much more information is possible, and is more cost-effective than replacing the hard drive within the machine itself. It is also far easier to upgrade, in the future, if you find that you are running out of space.
          It is recommended to use an external hard drive powered by the USB bus, rather than mains electricity supply. This means the hard drive will be powered on and off along with the Mac; there is no need to remember to switch another device on or off at the wall each time the Mac is turned on or off.
          Check OS X Version
          If you are using a Mac PowerPC G4, dating from around 2005–6, you will often find that it will be running OS X 10.3 Panther or 10.4 Tiger. Whilst iTunes was available on both of these iterations of OS X, it is not not at the level we require for Home Sharing.
          Your Mac will, therefore, need to be running the most up-to-date version of OS X that it possibly can. For this machine that means OS X 10.5 Leopard.
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          • #6
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            Your Power Mac G4 Cube System Specs
            System specs as shipped by the manufacturer.
            Scan your system to view your specific system configuration.
            Memory:
            SDRAM, PC133
            Memory Type: SDRAM, PC133, SDRAM (non-ECC)
            Maximum Memory: 1.5GB
            Slots: 3
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            • #7
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              PowerMac G4 Cube Upgrades - Upgrade Your Mac!
              And if you don't like it then hey fuck you!
              Get the fuck out of my face!
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              • #8
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                another test
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                • #9
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                  Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

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                  • #10
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                    Mac Pro
                    Mid 2012
                    Processor 3.33 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon
                    Memory 32 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 ECC
                    Graphics ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024 MB
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                    • #11
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                      Hardware Overview:

                      Model Name: Mac Pro
                      Model Identifier: MacPro5,1
                      Processor Name: 6-Core Intel Xeon
                      Processor Speed: 3.33 GHz
                      Number of Processors: 1
                      Total Number of Cores: 6
                      L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
                      L3 Cache: 12 MB
                      Memory: 32 GB
                      Processor Interconnect Speed: 6.4 GT/s
                      Boot ROM Version: MP51.007F.B03
                      SMC Version (system): 1.39f11
                      SMC Version (processor tray): 1.39f11
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                      • #12
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                        @hammockmusic: Two records giving me that sense of the cosmos, "You Are Eveything" by @KilbeyKennedy & "Sky Margin" by Pausal. Good to feel the drift...

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                        • #13
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                          D major:
                          The key of triumph, of Hallelujahs, of war-cries, of victory-rejoicing. Thus, the inviting symphonies, the marches, holiday songs and heaven-rejoicing choruses are set in this key
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                          • #14
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                            The Bricasti Design
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                            • #15
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                              john loves cock
                              And if you don't like it then hey fuck you!
                              Get the fuck out of my face!
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