[nycbug-talk] WWDC representation for NYCBUG
Mon Jun 21 12:06:06 EDT 2004
Bob Ippolito wrote:
> On Jun 21, 2004, at 11:06 AM, mikel king wrote:
>> Bob Ippolito wrote:
>>> I'm attending WWDC later this month (28th-2nd), and I know a lot of
>>> you own or maintain Apple gear, so I was wondering if there are any
>>> pressing questions or issues that you all have that I can take with
>>> me to San Fran. I'm quasi-officially representing the MacPython
>>> community on my ticket, but I'm sure I could be of some service to
>>> the local BSD community as well.
>>> As the title suggests, this is a developers conference, so I will be
>>> speaking with mostly engineers. Questions and comments about
>>> Apple's legal/political stance do not apply. Also, it should be
>>> obvious that it's hardly even worth asking questions about Apple's
>>> future plans (beyond the Tiger release, anyway). You've got a full
>>> week to come up with stuff, so take your time. If it's about a
>>> technical issue please do a little research first (Google is your
>>> friend?) to make sure that we're not asking for answers already
>>> Additionally, since I am and will be under NDA, I may not be able to
>>> completely answer all inquiries immediately upon my return as some
>>> of the information may be dependent on information Apple has not yet
>>> made public which I will not legally be allowed to disclose.
>>> However, I assure you that questions asked and comments raised are
>>> better than those never heard :)
>> dhcp...For some reason I have had a lot of trouble with dhcp on 10.2
>> and 10.3...workstations intermittently pickup and drop their
>> settings. Most of my clients are mixed pc and mac, and it is always
>> the macs giving trouble with the dhcp services. I gotten into the
>> habit of using fixed ip on the macs cause they just refuse to cooperate.
> This is probably because whichever dhcp client OS X uses can cause
> some DHCP daemons to act retarded. As far as I know, it's actually a
> bug in your DHCP server. I know the problem fixes itself whenever I
> restart dhcpd.
I've used them with every possible dhcpd server I can think of at
various cliets and they song is always the same. The mac are just too
finiky when it comes to dhcp.
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