[nycbug-talk] Survey for upcoming 'Hacking iBook'

G. Rosamond george
Tue Apr 20 10:26:38 EDT 2004


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>[mailto:talk-bounces at lists.nycbug.org] On Behalf Of Isaac Levy
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>Subject: [nycbug-talk] Survey for upcoming 'Hacking iBook'
>Hey all,
>ike here, I'm one of the folks doing the lecture 'Hacking your iBook' 
>in June- and I wanted to do a bit of pre-lecture survey to see what 
>kinds of questions folks have- (I really want to make sure it's a 
>worthwhile and fun meeting <g>)
>I'm not planning to talk about hardware and Apple stuff proper, (i.e. 
>that's what the Apple folks did), I'm planning to go into networking, 
>hacking and doing stuff- BSD related stuff- with your machine, 
>and have 
>gotten a colleauge Bob Ippolito on board, to dive into Cocoa 
>programming and show how simple and fast GUI app development really is 
>on a mac.
>So, with that, what kind of questions does everybody have?  
>I'm looking 
>for big-picture questions, small questions, where to begin 
>  There's just so much fun stuff to dive into, I want to reduce it to 
>something short and fun-
>Feel free to either add to this thread, or email me offlist-

Sounds good big Ike. . .

Hopefully Grant from ORA can bring along a few Mac Hacks books. . .

I think there's the basics that would be good to cover first:

enabling root, installing XFree86, the ports.

Also the server administration tools are pretty funky, as we reviewed at
a recent LESMUUG meeting.


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