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Implementing BIND on Mac OS X | O'Reilly Media
To load a reverse lookup zone, place the entry below in your named.conf file. ... for telephone number lookups instead of giving them a phone book. ...
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Extending the Dashboard Virtual Earth Widget | O'Reilly Media
After our first attempt at building a Dashboard Virtual Earth Widget, we revisit our code to improve its appearance. In this follow-up tutorial you'll learn ...
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VPN on Mac OS X | O'Reilly Media
Dec 20, 2002 ... Mac OS X's VPN Client. Beginning with Mac OS X 10.2 ("Jaguar"), Apple has included a PPTP client. It is built into the Internet Connect tool ...
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MacDevCenter.com-- macintosh development, open source development
The O'Reilly Network's Macintosh and OSX DevCenter offers comprehensive Macintosh developer information and resources. O'Reilly Network's Macintosh ...
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How to Set Up Encrypted Mail on Mac OS X | O'Reilly Media
That the mail has been sent by the email address that claims to have sent .... The Next 50 Years of Computer Security: An Interview with Alan Cox (42 tags) ...
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The Near Future of Digital Rights Management | O'Reilly Media
Oct 3, 2002 ... Daniel Steinberg reports on the DRM panel at the Mac OS X Conference. ... He sees a lot of bad news on the horizon. ... Lasica had just returned from the Digital Hollywood conference where the vice president of the MPAA ...
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Objective-C: Dynamite! | O'Reilly Media
Apr 28, 2003 ... In this article, I'll discuss this topic at greater length, and explain why this distinctive feature of Objective-C is particularly ...
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How to Set Up Encrypted Mail on Mac OS X | O'Reilly Media
The mail signing and encrypting process relies on an encryption family of .... Their software pages do not mention Apple products or Mac OS X. There's no ...
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Introducing the Mac Open Source Software Directory | O'Reilly Media
Aug 3, 2001 ... Earlier this year, when Jason McIntosh offered to let us integrate his excellent "Mac OS Open Source Software" site into O'Reilly's Mac ...
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Panther Internet Sharing | O'Reilly Media
A quick look at sharing an Internet connection in Panther with IP over FireWire (which is now built into Mac OS X 10.3) and AirPort, including the pros and ...
 
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