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kairon    0

768 MB RAM actually, and the iMac is ordered now. Can't wait. Anyone got any advice for getting an iMac hooked up to the net in a scenario like this?

Downstairs: Dell with Windows XP connected through ethernet to a surfboard cable modem downstairs as well.

Upstairs: iMac.

[by the way, I didn't edit the above post because I don't see "Edit" for some reason, maybe its because I quick replied or something.]

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Steve    2
768 MB RAM actually, and the iMac is ordered now. Can't wait. Anyone got any advice for getting an iMac hooked up to the net in a scenario like this?

Downstairs: Dell with Windows XP connected through ethernet to a surfboard cable modem downstairs as well.

Upstairs: iMac.

[by the way, I didn't edit the above post because I don't see "Edit" for some reason, maybe its because I quick replied or something.]

i have my PeeCee running my DSL Connection, and my Cube just sharing it. Simply enable the sharing in your XP Connection Properties, then on your iMac, goto Network Settings. Define your LAN Settings, and add in the PeeCee's IP in the Router Box. i too included my ISP's DNS Address(es)

Here's a Screen Cap of my ethernet Properties...

Hope that Shed's the appropriate light on the subject! ... it really is a piece of cake, it'll be a breeze for ya! ;)

How long til you get your iMac? .. i nearly got one, in some respects, maybe i wish i had ... but hey! :D

NeYo

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kairon    0
768 MB RAM actually, and the iMac is ordered now. Can't wait. Anyone got any advice for getting an iMac hooked up to the net in a scenario like this?

Downstairs: Dell with Windows XP connected through ethernet to a surfboard cable modem downstairs as well.

Upstairs: iMac.

[by the way, I didn't edit the above post because I don't see "Edit" for some reason, maybe its because I quick replied or something.]

i have my PeeCee running my DSL Connection, and my Cube just sharing it. Simply enable the sharing in your XP Connection Properties, then on your iMac, goto Network Settings. Define your LAN Settings, and add in the PeeCee's IP in the Router Box. i too included my ISP's DNS Address(es)

Here's a Screen Cap of my ethernet Properties...

Hope that Shed's the appropriate light on the subject! ... it really is a piece of cake, it'll be a breeze for ya! ;)

How long til you get your iMac? .. i nearly got one, in some respects, maybe i wish i had ... but hey! :D

NeYo

Thanks, I'll try to do that, providing I don't run into a "mental block" along the way. And the mac should be here by next friday according to MacMall, it was a sweet deal, all that for about 1,900 dollars including S/H.

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kairon    0

A few minutes ago it arrived, I'm so excited! Now I just have to find out what networking equipment I'm going to need to purchase to give my iMac internet upstairs wirelessly when the cable modem is connected downstairs to the Dell (going to need to be able to provide internet access to both, preferably wirelessly)

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mac15    0

iMac G4 700mhz

512mb RAM

Geforce 2 MX

40 gig

Combo Drive

Mac OS X 10.2.4

Had this baby for a year

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AtomBoy    0

Hi everyone, my first post... :blush:

PMG4 733

640 Mb Ram

40GB HDD

120 GB Buffalo Ext. HD

17 CRT

CD/RW

12 iBook

700 Mhz

40 GB IBM HDD (upgrade)

Combo

Also just built a PC

2.8 Ghz

120 GB HDD

1 GB RAM

GeForce 64Mb

Audigy 2 Platinum Ex soundcard

I have a couple of other Sony PCs too...

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TheBigLebowski    0

I just ordered mine today... Man, I can't wait for it to arrive...

15.2" Powerbook G4 / 1GHz / 1GB RAM / 60GB HD / OSX 10.2.5

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Landshark77    0

G4 800 mhz Quicksilver, DVDRW, 1.25 gigs of RAM, HK Soundsticks (and a 20 gig iPod) running 10.2.5.

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cmove11    0

eMac g4 700mghz

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sd_ba2271    0

PowerMac G4

OS X v10.2.5 Jaguar

1 GHz

256 Mb RAM

60 GB Hard Drive

120 GB Maxtor External Drive

DVD-ROM/CD-RW

NVIDIA GeForce4 MX

17" Envision monitor

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bararum    0

well i ordered it, its not here yet but here are my specs, first mac btw :happy:

Model

eMac

Specs

G4 700

1 GB Ram

DVD/CD-RW drive

17" flatscreen

OS

OS X 10.2.5

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Spacedog    0

I'm going to receive my first Powerbook G4 12" tomorrow.

yes, I'm one of the (many? few?) who has decided to "switch". I needed a notebook, I decided to try and jump on Apple's wagon. Let's see how it'll develop! ;)

(though I'm quite positive I won't have any trouble... at least, hope so!! he he)

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cmove11    0

iMac g4

800mghz

15"

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opeth    0

Well, I finally got my first Mac:

PowerMac G4 Dual 867

768Mb Ram (will be upgraded soon to at least 1.25Gb)

60Gb hard drive

GeForce 4 Titanium

23" Cinema Display HD (mmmm... Cinema Display.... yum!!)

OS X 10.2.5

Me = happy

Oliver

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adixx    0

hi everyone

15"

Powerbook G4

1Ghz Superdrive

512mb Ram

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JHM3G4    0

5 Macs!

1) iMac Snow 500 mhz 256 150 gigs (30 internal 120 external)

2) iMac 15 inch LCD 700mhz 640 40 gigs cdr/dvd

3) iMac 15 inch LCD 700mhz 128 40 gigs cdr/dvd

4) Powermac G4 500mhz with/ 17 inch Monitor Apple Studio CRT

5) Powerbook G3 (Wallstreet) 32 megs 10 gig[/b]

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mart3ll    0

Look at my sig. 4 computers...

1 G4 350 with my spiffy new PC Geforce2MX flashed with a MAC BIOS

(I bought my G4 350 for $899CDN ($640US) a week ago.. that any good?)

1 tower 1800+ AMD

1 Dell Latitude laptop with wireless networking

1 tower 1.2Ghz AMD as my test server.

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sys32    0

iMac 17" Widescreen/Flatpanel

1GHz PowerPC G4 Processor

1GB RAM

80GB HD @ 7200RPM

Just thought I'd add my Mac to the list!

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bararum    0

1280x960

LINKAGE

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Chad    0
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Heh. Looks cool...but wrong forum :)

edit: While I'm here, I just as well post my new beast. Old one is quoted. New one is below

Model

G4 QS

Specs

G4 dual 800

768 MB Ram

Superdrive

19" CRT Viewsonic PF790

OS

OS X 10.2 6c115

OS X 10.1.5

Model

PowerMac MDD 800

Specs

Dual 1.25

1 gig Ram

260 gig HD

Combodrive

ATI 9000

Viewsonic PF790

OS

OS X Server 10.2.5

Which means (unless someone has the dual 1.42) I have the most powerful computer here at Neowin. :)

Edited by superfula

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beingageek    0
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nice!!!! wanna get a mac but don't have the money right now :(

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dpanda    0

if i'm really lucky...i may be getting an ibook for poly...that is if im really lucky...wish me luck...

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bararum    0
1280x960

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err...i thoguht id stopped that...dammit sorry guys

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skywalker    0

iBook 700 12"

384 MB RAM

20 GB HDD

Mac OSX 10.2.6

DVD/CR-RW Combo drive

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usr.bin    0

Just got my new iBook today. Been trying to get one for a long time, finally got the money together for one.

iBook - 14.1"

900 mhz

256 MB RAM

32 MB ATI Radeon

30 GB Hard Drive

CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive

Mac OS 10.2.6

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