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ImagePrint 6 Notes
Thursday September 2, 2004
by Mitch Alland

I am pleased to see that the new ImagePrint manual for v6 is a great improvement over earlier versions and is, in fact, excellent. The extensive Troubleshooting Guide section is a good addition. Also, as program installation has been simplified, I believe that most questions on IP problems that come up on online forums can now be answered by suggesting, in the best Unix tradition, that the user "look it up in the manual...." These notes are based on ImagePrint 6 build 1.08. If you are using a later build some of the issues and glitches discussed below may have been fixed, as ColorByte is aware of all of them.

Weekly Chatter:Canon i9900 Profile
Monday August 30, 2004
by Imaging Revue Experts and Staff

Each and every week, Imaging Revue offers non-members a tantalizing taste of the information available in our forums. Make sure to check out the entire list.

ImagePrint 5.6 Notes
Saturday August 28, 2004
by Mitch Alland

"Based on my experience in setting up the Mac OSX version of ImagePrint, Iíve compiled these notes in the hope that they will be helpful to new users of both the Mac and Windows versions of the software. "

Weekly Chatter:What does increased bit depth and better color actually give to the end result as printed?
Tuesday August 24, 2004
by Imaging Revue Experts and Staff

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(R)Evolution II: Color - A New Zone System?
Thursday August 19, 2004
by John Paul Caponigro

Call it revolutionary or evolutionary, the digital advances made in color photography are nothing short of amazing. In photography, we now have independent control of color?s three primary qualities: hue, or the spectrum of colors around the color wheel (red through yellow, green, blue, cyan, magenta and back to red); saturation, the gradient from intense to dull; and brightness, the gradient from dark to light.

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AuthorSubject: Setting up an ftp server   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Nick Tresidder
Posted on Sun Jul 6, 2003 9:39 PM

Hello Wise ones
What a great resource!

I would like to set up an ftp server for clients an an old G4. The following is what i think I need to do but any pointers gratefully received:

OS X has built in ftp server software (apache?) so I think I just need to create a new user for each client.

I'm on ADSL via a Nokia router which also works as a hardware firewall.
Here's where I get a little vague.... I think I need to pinhole the router so that incoming requests on ports 20 and 21 get redirected to the internal IP of the old G4.... have I got this right?

Finally, once someone gets to that G4 can they then get on to my network and create havoc? Are user's priviledges sufficient to protect the rest of my machines?

TIA
Nick Tresidder


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