Fixed some links on imaclinux. The main problem was hard abosulte links that will break when things move. Unforently, because plain_page.php3 is only avalible on the www.ibooklinux.net/upgrade, I am currently forced to use absolute links
I really should be proof reading stuff before I post it. ;) At least, I think that's what John Buswell why implying when he wrote to me: TEST BEFORE POSTING IT LIVE OR YOU WILL DIE.
Yesterday I went on my 5th 10 mile hike for the Hiking Merit Badge. This was the last section across Berne. Basically I was doing 5 mile streches out then hiking back. Yes, this isn't the fastest way to do it, but if you have only one car, you have to do it.
Cool stuff I discovered. Apple's Mac.com iDisk and iEmail services are avalible under Linux, if you register for them under Mac OS (running in Mac-on-Linux or on another Macintosh computer) This is because, to install iDisk, you need a special Netscape plugin only avalible for Mac OS 9. Actually, you can run the intaller on other versions of Mac OS 7/8, if you hack the System file's version using Resedit.
After you are registered, you can do virtually everything in Linux. iEmail is just simple STMP mail, you enter in mail.mac.com for the STMP server in your Linux mail client, and you login and pass. Then you can recieve mail from your mac.com account, in my case it's firstname.lastname@example.org. I don't check that mail often, so don't bother emailing me there.
iDisk provides 20 megs of Webspace or storage, including a Photo Album. It's a simple old Appleshare over IP volume. To mount it in Linux you need to get asfsp, the Linux Appleshare mounting software. Then mount it using afpmount. The server is at idisk.mac.com. Your login and pass are the ones you registered in Mac.com.
More details, will be posted on imaclinux.net.
Which reminds me, I am out of black ink for my Epson Stylus 600. :(