The machine: Performa 6360, 88MB of ram, 256K L2 Cache, 9GB HD
The mission: Upgrade from LPPC 1999 Q3 to 2000 Q4
I'll spare the details - let it suffice to say I backed up /etc, /usr,
and /var to spare partitions, formatted /etc, /usr, and /var, installed
2000 Q4, and restored my settings from the spare partitions.
a).It can't seem to access the hardware clock on bootup. I never had
any problems before. Now when I reboot, I have to manually set the
b). named doesn't seem to want to start automatically. I have to do it
manually with /etc/init.d/named and then it is fine. I'd like to make
it work automatically.
c). I am elated that FINALLY the console works with XDM on this
machine. I'd be interested in getting XDM to work on client machines
(running MacX or eXodus or something). I can get x programs like xterm
to work remotely by exporting the display, but I want XDMCP to work so
I can run the gnome environment remotely on my powerbook using MacX or
eXodus in rooted mode. Ideas?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.....thanks in advance. (: