Monthly Archives: November 2001

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Through the magic of an arcane Unix command and much holding of breath, I think I may have fixed a long standing problem with passwords not working with certain IMAP and AppleTalk file sharing logins. I’m pretty sure that nothing went haywire while I was tinkering under the hood, but just in case you are […]

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Just for the heck of it, I paid my fifteen dollars and entered the Newted Community site in the 2002 SXSW Website Competition under the category of redesign/relaunch. SXSW is an annual conference and multi-disciplinary festival geared towards interactive media artists, producers, and the like. It’s probably incredibly wishful thinking on my part that the […]

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A special tip of the hat to freshly minted community member Mietek Bak for pointing out that the FormMail script used to process membership requests didn’t work with any of the new domains. And a voluminous round of applause goes out to Victor Rehorst for helping me figure out why the heck my command line […]

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Thanks to the foresight of the former Newted Community sysop, Stacey Tenen, and a tenacious need to horde domain names by yours truly, there are now several new ways to reach the Newted Community site. Punch these uniform resource locators into your browser and just see what comes up… http://www.newted.org/ http://newted.org/ http://www.newted.net/ http://newted.net/ Not only […]

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The system updates are complete. Woot!

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I’m about a third of the way through the server updates and so far, I haven’t busted anything. I should be finished later this afternoon. Everybody keep your fingers crossed, ok?

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The Newted Community site runs on a Cobalt Qube 2. After paying a visit to the Cobalt support site a while ago, I discovered that the Qube is 13 patches and a major OS update behind the times. Oops. Now, downloading and applying these patches is a fairly straight forward process, but the last time […]

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I’ve added a link to Victor Rehorst’s brand spanking new Newton OS Errors Database along side the other popular resources in the navigation menu. If you can’t find out what’s ailing you or your Newton now, the situation is hopeless.

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It’s a fresh new month, and what better way to start it off than with some fresh new content? Both the Newton FAQ and the Newton Glossary have been updated for November. Now, dig in and remember to chew well before swallowing.

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