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About orange17

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  1. Hi, I was wondering if any one has gotten this feature working. In brief, the apple router holds the information of all the bonjour services running on the device. When the device is asleep and another networked device asks for the services, the apple router wakes up the relevant device. This is a new feature in Snow leopard. I was wondering if anyone has gotten this setup to work in their custom build ? If you have this working - Please post your ethernet device/ wireless device -name, model and version, apple router -model and firmware version, your custom build hardware and software specifications. Cheers !
  2. Great work ! Thanks for your help and contribution mrjanek. I have two questions: 1. In power tab: an option 'Wake for Ethernet network access" is missing (I previously had the lifehacker v2 setup with trendnet gigabit pci network card [rtl8169sc chipset] and had this option enabled. I removed the card for your install.) 2. Sleep works when I manually use sleep from menu. On energy saver tab: sleep does not work. Display goes to sleep but not the hackintosh. (Sleep status was similar in lifehacker install as well). My setup GA-EP45-UD3LR E6300 Core 2 Duo 8800gts 640mb 4gb corsair pc2 8500 1tb wd hdd sata dvd drive Thanks a ton for your help.
  3. Problem using iDisk Public Folder

    I have the same problem. Did you solve this issue ? Please post if you have any suggestions. TIA.