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I split the difference with @zomgdavidbowie: I created a new script /usr/local/bin/start-server-app: #!/bin/sh sleep 120 exec /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.apple.serverd I then edited /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.serverd.plist and replaced all instances of /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.apple.serverd with /usr/local/bin/start-server-app: ...


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It's Server.app that is creating that mysterious folder that's gumming up your works. Stop the Server.app from launching when the server boots, and then you can create a cronjob that launches it via a .sh script. Script should just be something like #!/bin/bash /Applications/Server.app and like the person said in the one link, the cronjob entry would ...


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OS X Server is primarily an interface. OS X contains (almost - mail and databases are the main exceptions) all the software you will need, so if you want to set things up from the command line it won't make any difference. However, balance your time to work out the command line setup against the $20 Server.app costs. Server.app is rather picky about ...


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OS X Server 4 is an application. (.app) that is installed over the OS. It won't require you to format the entire drive to install it. It will just add the needed features to take advantage of the Server.app suite.


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You will need to enable and configure the Time Machine service on the Server as per this set of instructions. Pay attention to any size limits you may want to enforce for the Time Machine backups when creating the destination location. Turn off Time Machine in System Preferences. Copy your existing Time Machine backup structure to the new location. Open ...


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I can confirm that you can still buy Snow Leopard Server with an unlimited client license over the phone. I just did so today (2014-12-04) in Australia for a total cost including delivery of AUD24.95, about USD21. The sales person that I spoke was knowledgable and knew exactly what is was without me having to quote the part number. I think that he may ...


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I realize this post is old, but a search for Snow Leopard Server brings this up first. I just bought SLS from Apple. It'snot listed on the web site. I called Apple and the agent didn't find it. I told her the part number is MC588Z/A and it came up for her. If by chance someone is in the same situation looking for SL server, I hope this helps.


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I have found a solution (possibly temporarily), as part of our loginhook shell script I have entered the following: UserName="$1" UserGroup="$(sudo -u $UserName id)" if [[ $UserGroup == *teachers* ]] ; then networksetup -setwebproxy Ethernet <hostname> <port> off ; else networksetup -setwebproxy Ethernet <hostname> <port> off ; fi if ...


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You probably have moved on from this in the past three years; but for posterity, here is another possible solution. Check the directory server status in the 10.7 machine's Accounts preference pane. It may be red, since you reset everything on the server when going back to 10.6. If so, just remove it and add it back again and the login problem should go away. ...


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Yes, this feature still exists, and operates in the same way. As an example, here is a connection from one Yosemite machine to another:


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A DNS server that is configured to use a forwarder behaves as follows: When the DNS server receives a query, it attempts to resolve this query by using the zones that it hosts and by using its cache. If the query cannot be resolved using local data, the DNS server forwards the query to the DNS server that is designated as a forwarder. If forwarders ...


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The data repository for Calendar service is located at /Library/Server. Inside that directory is a folder containing data specific to the Calendar service at /Library/Server/Calendar and Contacts. Within that folder is a Config folder that has the main configuration file for the caldav daemon called caldavd-system.plist. The limits are based on your ...



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