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    I am trying to view this: MuresInfo - Portal al judetului Mures bogat in resurse, informatii si divertisment
    but all i get is a red x on the upper left corner of the applet.
    I strongly believe that this is due to the fact that the java folder I had in this g5 imac running 10.4.11 had A LOT of previous versions, so I deleted it, thinking that java can be reinstalled under mac os x. BUT, I was wrong......

    is there anything I can do besides reinstalling the os, cause I do NOT have the cd/dvd for this os, and I do not plan to invest money in this since everything else is just fine......

    man, I just nailed an other narrowminded software issue in mac os's
    they just keep increasing in numbers every day......



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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    I am trying to view this: MuresInfo - Portal al judetului Mures bogat in resurse, informatii si divertisment
    but all i get is a red x on the upper left corner of the applet.
    I strongly believe that this is due to the fact that the java folder I had in this g5 imac running 10.4.11 had A LOT of previous versions, so I deleted it, thinking that java can be reinstalled under mac os x. BUT, I was wrong......

    is there anything I can do besides reinstalling the os, cause I do NOT have the cd/dvd for this os, and I do not plan to invest money in this since everything else is just fine......

    man, I just nailed an other narrowminded software issue in mac os's
    they just keep increasing in numbers every day......
    It's not working for my computer either. It's probably specific to that website only; not computer.

    As for your G5, you would've been better off just buying a "refurbished" product; at least they are under AppleCare.
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    man, I did not pay a dime for this G5, I got it for free, someone wanted to throw it to the trash can because it kept on freezing, the ram module was the problem.
    so, I got myself a mac (lifetime windows user, but still, having this mac did NOT impress me...... it's so comunist.......)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    man, I did not pay a dime for this G5, I got it for free, someone wanted to throw it to the trash can because it kept on freezing, the ram module was the problem.
    so, I got myself a mac (lifetime windows user, but still, having this mac did NOT impress me...... it's so comunist.......)
    It did not work with my Windows computer either(running with specs of my hackintosh)

    And of course, if I get a computer that's 5 years old and can barely run XP I wouldn't be impressed by Windows either. While saying so, might I remind you that if the Operating Systems are likened to ideologies, Microsoft would be the communist dictatorship, given it's monopoly and anticompetitive practices.
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    dam right Wikinerd, i mean Microsoft being ordered by the E.U and other countries to split its office product / media player and o/s due to it monopolizing the market!! doesn't mean that it is Communist at all (SARCASM HERE!!!) Windows S*cks BALLS!!! i guess i should go and buy a machine that can just about run windows 3.1 try and get vista on it, then got to a windows forum and complain like mad that windows is rubbish.
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    hey look, this is a shock BILL GATES AND STEVE JOBS TOGETHER!! ->> HOLD THE PRESS

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    A Communist (MAC) with a Liberator (WINDOWS)!!!

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    dude, your comparrison between windows 3.1 and vista is stupidly discrepant if you are reffering to the differences between mac os x 4.11 and 5.6 or whatever the latest is.....................
    dang dude, you sure don't think a lot before writing don't you?

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    ehem, excuse me? who is comunist now? (and has ever been acsually)

    Apple’s iPhone, now the best-selling cellular phone in the U.S., has been designed with restrictions that prevent owners from running applications obtained from sources other than Apple’s own iTunes App Store. “Jailbreaking” is the term used for removing these restrictions, thereby liberating your phone from Apple’s software “jail.” Estimates put the number of iPhone owners who have jailbroken their phones in the hundreds of thousands.

    As part of the 2009 DMCA rulemaking, EFF has asked the Copyright Office to recognize an exemption to the DMCA to permit jailbreaking in order to allow iPhone owners to use their phones with applications that are not available from Apple’s store (e.g., turn-by-turn directions, using the iPhone camera for video, laptop tethering).

    Apple’s copyright infringement claim starts with the observation that jailbroken iPhones depend on modified versions of Apple’s bootloader and operating system software. True enough — we said as much in our technical white paper describing the jailbreak process. But the courts have longrecognized that copying software while reverse engineering is a fair use when done for purposes of fostering interoperability with independently created software, a body of law that Apple conveniently fails to mention.

    As for the DMCA violation, Apple casts its lot with the likes of laser printer makers and garage door opener companies who argue that the DMCA entitles them to block interoperability with anything that hasn’t been approved in advance. Apple justifies this by claiming that opening the iPhone to independently created applications will compromise safety, security, reliability, and swing the doors wide for those who want to run pirated software.

    If this sounds like FUD, that’s because it is. One need only transpose Apple’s arguments to the world of automobiles to recognize their absurdity. Sure, GM might tell us that, for our own safety, all servicing should be done by an authorized GM dealer using only genuine GM parts. Toyota might say that swapping your engine could reduce the reliability of your car. And Mazda could say that those who throw a supercharger on their Miatas frequently exceed the legal speed limit.

    But we’d never accept this corporate paternalism as a justification for welding every car hood shut and imposing legal liability on car buffs tinkering in their garages. After all, the culture of tinkering (or hacking, if you prefer) is an important part of our innovation economy.

    Of course, many iPhone owners will be happy to choose solely from the applications that Apple is willing to approve, just like many Ford owners are happy relying exclusively on their local Ford dealer. But if you want to pop the hood, the DMCA surely shouldn’t stand in your way.

    so WHAT if DOS is proprietary? at least it is HIGHLY GUI FUNCTIONAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    hmm, rather childish i'd presume......

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    and if you'ed check you History, you would understand why i said what i said. Microsoft Own Shares in Apple, at one point They Invested Money under the agreement that Apple did not make its own office equivalent.

    All in all dude, you like Windows, i Prefer Mac, I'm not gonna get into a heated argument about it with you as it is a waste of both are times

    On a different note, i agree with you about the iPhone, you should;t be confined to Having just to use iTunes Supported Sofware.
    Last edited by JayBird; 02-22-2009 at 11:46 AM. Reason: Errors Pointed out by Wikinerd
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