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how to configure Podcast Producer Server 2

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Requirements:

  • Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Server
  • Mac desktop or server with Intel processor
  • 10GB of available disk space
  • 2GB of RAM
  • Quartz Extreme-enabled video chipset.
  • 512MB of RAM per core
  • Podcast Capture
  • Already configured and running the following services: DNS, Open Directory Master, E-mail.

Ok. Now go to your server physically or remote, login with an admnistrator account, go to Applications > Server > launch Server Admin app.

 

In Server Admin Select your server in the left list, go to Setting, under Settings go to Services, check the box for Podcast Producer, in the right down corner click save.

 

After clicking save, you should have in the left list of services with a gray bubble in front, the service Podcast Producer. Select it, and make sure that u are under the overview “tab”.

 

After you selected the service Podcast Producer, click on the “Configure Podcast Producer ” in the right-down corner.

 

Select “Express Setup” and click “Continue”.

 

Read the next step and click “Continue”.

 

Read the next step (confirm that the Fully Qualified Domain name is auto-completed correctly, if anything with .local appears in the “Library Path:” you should review the installation, even start from scratch with the installation of the whole server), and if everything is correct click on the “Continue” button.

 

Enter the username and password for the Open Directory. This is standard “diradmin”, and password is same with the one you supplied in the installation setup.

 

Now sit back and wait till the setup configures, all the services to work together (Apache, NFS, Xgrid, Podcast Producer, E-mail, etc).

After it finishes click “Done”.

 

You’re done!

 

how to configure iPhone client with google mail, contacts and calendars for sync / push on firmware 3.1.2

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Requirements:

  • iPhone.
  • Updates to firmware 3.1.2 or higher.
  • Data Plan or a wireless connection.

First go to Settings > “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”.

 

Go to “Add Account…”

 

Select the “Exchange” option.

 

Complete all fields with your information, and SKIP “Domain” field, must be blank.

 

After you filled all the fields tap next.

 

It will check for the certificate, tap accept on the “Unable to Verify Certificate” warning.

 

In server field complete with m.google.com. After verifying the account it will let u chose what to sync / push from e-mail, contacts and calendars.

 

You’re done!

how to create an itunes account with no credit card required, to download free stuff from itunes

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Requirements:

  • A mac or a PC.
  • iTunes installed, you can download the latest version of iTunes from here.
  • Internet connection.

Go and launch iTunes.

 

Go to iTunes Store, search for a free application like Yahoo! Messenger. Click on the “Free App” button, to try and download the app.

 

iTunes will ask you for an account, you do not have one, so click on the “Create New Account” button.

 

Click on the “Continue” button.

 

Please read the License Agreement, check the “I read ….” checkbox an hit the “Continue” button.

 

Complete the fields with your info.

 

Now you will see that it will appear the “None” radio-button, go ahead and select it, complete the rest of the fields, hit “Continue” button.

 

You’re DONE! Enjoy your iTunes account!

how to mute microphone on mac os

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Requirements:

  • mac os 10.x or newer version

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  • Go and launch Applications > Utilities > Audio MIDI Setup
  • In the left pane select “Build-in Input”, then check all checkboxes to mute all channels.

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how to configure NFS automount for use with managed user accounts on mac os x snow leopard server 10.6.x

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Requirements:

  • Mac OS X Server 10.6.x computer, configured and running.
  • Following services configured and running: AFP, NFS, DNS, OpenDirectoryMaster, Firewall service configured so that AFP and NFS get thru the firewall.

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First login to the server using an administrator user account.

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