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answered Installing ImageMagick on Mac OSX 10.6
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comment MySQL on Mac OS X Issues
I have found the mysql prefpane to be somewhat broken on 10.5, and I havn't even bothered with it on 10.6 (as it will be 32-bit). A better solution to autostart mysql is to create a launch daemon and submit it to launchd as described here: macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20080128103022907
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revised How do I change the Software Update server address on a client Mac (to use my own server)?
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answered How do I change the Software Update server address on a client Mac (to use my own server)?
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answered How to access LVM partitions on OS X?
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answered MySQL on Mac OS X Issues
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answered Can I specify a port in an entry in my /etc/hosts on OS X?
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answered Windows 7 printing to OSX print server
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comment Change email domain OS X Server
I've came across another gotcha - I was testing the sending from within the squirrelmail webmail. I was doing this at server.domain.net.nz/webmail and was getting frustrated that emails were coming from user@server.domain.net.nz Later on I was accessing it through server.local/webmail and then noticed that emails were coming from user@server.local Apparently squirrelmail gets the server name with PHP, so you have to edit the server settings in /etc/squirrelmail/config/config.php to $domain = "yourdomain.com"; to stop this from happening.