If the web server is reinstalled or damaged you may need to put some redirects in, the reason is that local news plus builds its pages dynamically as there is no set static pages for the publications. This allows simplified connections to certain high value areas of the website and would like below to the end user: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/torch instead of; http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/list?publication=Review&section=News Review redirect Source: review/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/list?publication=Review&section=News Permanent (301) Torch redirect Source: torch/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/list?publication=Torch&section=News Permanent (301) Valley redirect Source: valley/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/list?publication=Valley&section=News Permanent (301) Inner West Times redirect Source: valley/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/list?publication=iwt&section=News Permanent (301)   Torch Enquiry redirect Source: torch_enquire/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/about?publication=Torch Permanent (301) Review Enquiry redirect Source: torch_enquire/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/about?publication=Review Permanent (301) Valley Enquiry redirect Source: valley_enquire/ Destination: http://www.localnewsplus.com.au/about?publication=Valley Permanent (301)[…]

Be aware that this procedure can cause issues with multiple versions of MySQL starting (this can be seen when a version starts on port 3307 instead of 3306). It is probably better to do a regular MySQL install and then follow additional instructions for getting it to start on startup MySQL can be a bit problematic with Yosemite. I found a decent script at http://www.macminivault.com/mysql-yosemite/which helped a lot. If the version of MySQL has changed from what is in the script you need to download the script text from github, find/replace the new version for the old, then save it as a new script (I did it to the desktop called script.sh). Run it in a terminal like this – sudo ~/Desktop/script.sh[…]

In Yosemite, Apple made some changes to the way Groups can have an associated email address. In previous versions there was an option to turn on Group emails – this is gone in Yosemite and replaced with a new ‘mailing lists’ option. Setting up group mail is simply a matter of adding an email address for the group and then ticking the checkbox for ‘Allow mail from non-members’ – this assumes you will want to receive mail from people other than those in the group (like outside people) There is one more important action that must be taken. Go to the Mail Server and check a couple of things. Right click on the user and chose Edit Access to Services[…]

These are things to check for the GreenMail digital print job: 1) Check that there is an offset (-50) set on the Konica Machine for SRA3 paper to ensure there is a a lap. 2) Once the lap has been set, there needs to be image shift applied to make everything align properly Try these settings – Front Y 4.0mm and Back Y 3.5mm 3) There is a Green imposition in the Fiery which should set things properly 4) Check in the imposition that the inside text pages are set to GREYSCALE 5) Set both paper stocks to the same stock and then specify trays for the cover and inside.  This fools the machine into thinking it is printing the[…]

The master password for the delivery filemaker system is jarrah. Note that you do not need a username, just the password as this has migrated from pervious versions. If you are trying to edit a file and various options aren’t available, you are probably logged in as Jeanette. Close all files (quitting Filemaker is easiest) then manually double click one of the lesser used files (like Complaints). It will ask for a password which you can now enter. Once you are logged into one file as admin, clicking one of the ‘link’ along the bottom of the layouts will open the other files with the same (admin) permissions.

This is a list of issues with the Fiery RIP and associated software How do we change the default settings for the Fiery Print Driver? Is there a way to cancel or halt a job at the end of a set? eg. If I’m running a set of books can I cancel and not leave a book incomplete? This was possible with the Konica RIP. There seems to be no indication of the time remaining for a job. Can we se a job running through the post inserter? Is there a way to print just the first few pages of an imposed job to test positioning? When closing the imposition save it as a flattened PDF so the page ranges[…]

Exetel Corporate Support Website : www.exetel.com.au Support :  02 8030 1050 Email : corporatesupport@exetel.com.au For monitoring you can go to https://www.exetel.com.au/data/home.php Username is 0297950096 Password is 0297950096 Then go to Usage/Network on the sidebar and choose Live Traffic Graph

This can often be fixed by a simple restart. If that fails to work, try booting from the clone and if the problem is fixed, consider working from the clone and then cloning back to the main system drive. The likely cause though is a corrupt document and these instructions for a fix came from the Apple Forums: It was fixed by deleting /Library/Preferences/com.apple/AppleFileServer.plist and restarting the server. However, this seems to reset the maxConnections to 10 users so this will need to be reset. The terminal commands to do this is: sudo serveradmin stop afp sudo serveradmin settings afp:maxConnections=-1 sudo serveradmin start afp

The EPG system operates on the press consoles and controls the ink key settings on the press as well as reading the colour data from files to aim for faster startups. There are two EPG machines – one on either end of the press. Both machines were installed by EPG and we have little internal knowledge of how they work. When ‘Printlink’ is selected as a final output destination in Creo a .ppf file is created in /Jobs/EPG Files.  These files are read by the KeyColour application which lives on the Creo print console of the Trendsetter 50 machine. It reads the .ppf file and translates the date into ink duct settings which are then read into a press configuration[…]

The Creo Computer to Plate Server has now (11/8/2017) been moved from a physical server to a virtual server. This means that the whole creo application and operating system (windows 2003) run inside an app on OS X called VMWare. The computer that runs it is a PC that runs the OS X Apple Operating System. HOST IP: 191 CREO IP: 199 1. To restart the system (Normal). Shut down windows. DO NOT QUIT THE VMWARE APPLICATION WITHOUT FIRST SHUTTING DOWN THE WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM. Failure do so may cause irreparable damage to the system and database. 2. Once windows has shut down you can then quit the VMWare application. Then shutdown or restart OS X normally. If for some[…]