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Mar
17
accepted Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
Mar
17
comment Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
And in the * wonderfully* helpful help dialog: If other solutions don’t work, then it’s possible Mail wasn’t correctly updated during a software update. In this case, try reinstalling Mail. I just did that
Mar
17
comment Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
Oh, wait. Crap. You can’t use this version of Mail with this version of Mac OS X You have Mail version 4.3 (1081/1082). It can’t be used on Mac OS X Version 10.6.6 (Build 10J567). For more information, click the Help button.
Mar
17
comment Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
This, but not quite. First you insert the thumbdrive. Then you mount /Volumes/Mac OS X Install/MacOSX.dmg. Then, on the dmg, you open /Volumes/Mac OS X Install Image/System/Installation/Packages/Mail.pkg
Mar
16
comment Rebooting iPhone Doesn't Kill off All the Process
Well, it's certainly "awesome" on the iPad.'
Mar
16
comment Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
Well, I removed those too, so reinstalling them wouldn't be too much of a problem.
Mar
16
asked Mail.App deleted, how do I restore it (It's not anywhere accessible on restore media)
Mar
15
comment Rebooting iPhone Doesn't Kill off All the Process
Braking your warranty is a non-issue, you just flash to stock. As far as I know, no malware has made it into Cydia, and if you feel you can't trust Cydia, I don't see why you would trust the App Store, considering the irregularities in apple's screening process, and the numerous userland exploits used to break out of the sandbox to install jailbreak in the first place, which crop up regularly (If the sandbox was secure, jailbreaking would not happen in the first place). The fact that apps can do interesting things as root/privileged user is half of the advantage of jailbreaking.
Mar
15
answered What is the md5/sha1 checksum for Xcode 3.2.6 and iOS 4.3 SDK final?
Mar
15
comment Rebooting iPhone Doesn't Kill off All the Process
@Matthew Frederick - Such as? Name some....
Mar
15
comment What is the md5/sha1 checksum for Xcode 3.2.6 and iOS 4.3 SDK final?
I believe that opening a .DMG file automatically verifies it. Basically, it contains a checksum in the file (or are you worried about malicious packages, rather then just corruption?).
Mar
15
comment AirPort Extreme: Keep IP address from changing
I dunno about that, nslookup returns the correct IP, at least for no-ip.org.
Mar
15
answered Rebooting iPhone Doesn't Kill off All the Process
Mar
15
comment Rebooting iPhone Doesn't Kill off All the Process
This does NOT work with all apps. I closed the Mail app this way, and it is still present in the SBSettings task manager. Its possible Apple has special rules for their own apps, or that certain apps can circumvent this. It did work for several other apps I tried.
Mar
10
comment Programmatically/Script-atically changing the default Open-With setting
Nevermind, I have type declarations for all the file types I am interested in.
Mar
10
accepted Programmatically/Script-atically changing the default Open-With setting
Mar
10
comment Programmatically/Script-atically changing the default Open-With setting
Is RCDefault scriptable? I looked over their site, and it doesn't look like it.
Mar
9
awarded  Scholar
Mar
9
accepted Aperture .aplibrary file is 3X (!) larger than the photos it points to
Mar
9
asked Programmatically/Script-atically changing the default Open-With setting