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Mar
25
comment I cannot see a particular USB printer from AirPort Extreme
When I plug the printer into the LAN port of the AirPort, the wired computers on the switch cannot see it!
Mar
25
comment I cannot see a particular USB printer from AirPort Extreme
So I guess I have to shell out for a router in order for both the WiFi clients and the LAN computers to both see the printer? How will my static-IP server "see through" the router, then?
Mar
25
comment I cannot see a particular USB printer from AirPort Extreme
I can't set the AirPort to bridge mode, because my provider will only give me a small number of dynamic IPs (I think its 3). I don't have anything (well, a switch) between the AirPort and the WAN.
Mar
25
comment I cannot see a particular USB printer from AirPort Extreme
My topology is a cable modem feeding a switch, which then feeds the AirPort and a few other computers, including a server with a static IP. When I plug the printer into the same switch as the AirPort, no WiFi computer can see it. When I plug the printer into the other ethernet port on the AirPort, then none of the computers on the switch could see it.
Mar
24
answered New terminal to same directory
Mar
24
asked I cannot see a particular USB printer from AirPort Extreme
Jan
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
26
awarded  Scholar
Dec
26
accepted How to set default number formatting in Numbers?
Dec
26
comment How to set default number formatting in Numbers?
I already have the short format set how I want it, but Numbers appears to be using the "Medium" format. Indeed, mine looks like your screen shot! So I set "Short" and "Medium" both to YYYY-MM-DD, and now it's working -- thanks!
Dec
25
awarded  Student
Dec
24
asked How to set default number formatting in Numbers?
Nov
1
comment How can I manually delete old backups to free space for Time Machine?
# man tmutil No manual entry for tmutil # tmutil -bash: tmutil: command not found So where is this tmutil command? Do I need something newer than Snow Leopard to get it?
Aug
16
comment How can I kill a process using top on OS X?
I wouldn't use SIGKILL as the first choice. The suggested SIGTERM should do for most processes. SIGKILL terminates a process without any recourse or clean-up, possibly leaving a "zombie" process that still has open file descriptors, allocated memory, etc.
May
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
17
asked Mail.app: weird, huge numbers of messages in title bar, Time Machine quit working
Apr
5
awarded  Supporter
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
5
revised Anyone know of a Finder replacement?
Alfred licensing stuff
Apr
5
answered Anyone know of a Finder replacement?