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After all problems we went thru with our setup we’ve solved it ourselves by buying a new CAT6 cable. Strange thing is that all computers do work with the same cable.
But for future reference, I’ll leave the complete story online:
We run our network from a Draytek Vigor 2910. We bought a printer from Saturn a month or two ago. But, as it turns out HP does not support that router. We bought a Photosmart C6280, a multifunctional printer from HP. The printer does not get an IP-address from the router, nor from one of the hubs connected to the router. All other devices ( laptops, pc’s, Macs, … ) don’t run into any problems, everything works.
A few moments ago I decided to finally install “some server” on OS X so I can watch media ( movies, … ) residing on my Mac, on my PS3 in the living room.
After doing some research I ended up with mediatomb.
This is how I did it and what went wrong along the way.
One of the best sessions for me at FOTB was Jonathan Harris. He inspired me and talked some sense into some of us. Besides spending some time on his installations and projects he also tried to convince people that our medium ( screens ) still need their masterwork.
An example of his work after the jump.
ZXZW is the annual celebration of independent culture. Expect a diverse view on indie culture as a whole, including music, contemporary dance, film and visual arts. We bring more than 200 cutting edge artist in an intimate context to an international audience. Black metal next to free jazz. Street art next to academic dance.
After being abscent in 2007 I will be attending FOTB again.
When FOTB popped up in 2006 I was there. It was the beginning of a new chapter in the Flash book. AS3 was around the corner and a lot of people had a lot of great ideas.
Update 2: after some tech support from VMWare it turned out that my method was the only one that could restore my original installation. Snapshot 00003 has become corrupted and at this moment there was not much they could do about it. So I re-activated the older snapshot, connected to the Exchange server and pulled in all my mails, tasks and meetings. In the end it all works again.
Update 1: be carefull, the problem with my solution is that my vista has gone back in time. So don’t use it unless absolutely necessary! I’m going to try something else.
Windows wouldn’t boot and the message said something about “Windows Vista x64 Edition-00003.vmdk”. That looks like a copy of an original file, right? So I went into the Virtual Machines folder under Users/myUserName/Documents/Virtual Machines/.