If there’s ever trouble with iChat server and ServerAdmin doesn’t let you do anything, you can fix things up based on this Apple Support article:
This can occur if the /Library/Preferences/ichatserver.plist file has been deleted or is problematic. If the com.apple.ichatserver.plist file is deleted a new default version of this plist will be created.
I downloaded GrandPerspective to visualize disk usage on my laptop. It uses the tree visualization algorithm to show the directory hierarchy and the size of the hierarchy.
Each “bump” represents a file with the area reflecting the relatives size. As you move around, a series of nested rectangles are highlighted. Each highlighted rectangle represents a directory and the nesting of the rectangles the directory hierarchy.
I tried to mount an NFS volume on my MacBook at home and it was failing. I hadn’t accesed my NFS in a month since I updated to OpenSuse 11.1 or changed some network parameters.
Checking the logs on the server (/var/log/messages) showed this error:
mount request from unknown host
but the IP address seemed good. I checked the exported filesystems:
$ sudo exportfs
and everything looked fine. Checked the exports(5) man page:
$ man 5 exports
and realized the “*” is meaningless in that context. Changed /etc/exports to use the /24 address for my network: