Weblog:   Has the RIAA ownz0r'd Your Apple? - Updated
Subject:   RTFM
Date:   2003-05-28 15:18:16
From:   anonymous2
As has been noted the previous version of iTunes was only supposed to work on the local subnet. Apple patched the code to match the original documentation so I really do fail to see how this is some underhanded plot on Apple's part.


You really do need to retract these comments as they are totally unfounded.


You might also want to remove the smarmy Linux Kernel comment as well.


Finally, I really do have to agree with the poster who mentioned how utterly juvenile the hax0r-speak in the title is. Its just bloody lame and it makes the author look like...well like a 12 year-old IRC script kiddie.

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  • RTFM
    2003-05-29 01:31:36  anonymous2 [View]

    NOT TRUE:
    "Show Package Contents" of (the original) iTunes 4. Open the following
    file(s) in Safari:

    /Applications/iTunes.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/iTunes
    Help/pgs/695.html

    There you will see a note from the original help file: "You can also share
    your music with a computer that is not in the same subnet as you by setting
    up the other computer to look for shared music at your computer's IP
    address. "

    ...and also:
    /Applications/iTunes.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/iTunes
    Help/pgs/705.html

    ...where you will see: "To see the shared music on a computer that is not in
    the same network subnet as your computer, choose Advanced > "Connect to
    Shared Music," then enter the IP address for the computer."

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