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The Services are the different jobs that the server can do for you and anyone else who uses the server (assuming they have their own computer and a valid password to the server). Many/most of the Services are intended to help groups of people work together. Many/most of the Services can be set up so that people with different OS can work together. Usually, ...
This Finally solved a similar annoying work-related monitor problem of mine. Might help you too. My development-work computer is an iMac sitting on my Baby Grand Piano. But for ergonomic reasons I prefer to work remotely from my old MacBook Pro 17” over home wifi to the iMac using Apple’s screen sharing app. Works fine but theres a niggle. My MacBook screen ...
Reading the help pages I would assume that prs stands for public range comma-separated and prn stands for public range binary network-byte-order format. The entry(ies) go(es) to the authoritative DNS-server which is not necessarily your (internal) DNS-server. The purpose of the entries (of the public hosts or network ranges) in the zone file is to ...
In a terminal run the command: $ hostname The environment variable $HOSTNAME may not necessarily be set.
For its simplicity, I prefer the QuickRes application.
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