Hello, I’m a web craftsman with a passion for the modern web. I build web applications and play with social services and communities.

May 21, 2009 at 8:41 pm

Visitor Browsers

Visitor Browsers

I just checked the stats from this blog and was positivly surprised how many people visit my blog with Safari. I think it’s quite a rare thing to have a website with Safari as the No. 1 Browser visitors use.

Guess the reason for this is that my over 2 years old article on how to setup a leopard wiki server is still getting many hits. Personally I haven’t used a Leopard wiki server since then because it just sucks (sorry Apple, but your servers are not living up to your standards (yet)!) but the amount of visitors reading this article shows that are still many people out there who try to get a OS X Server to run. But it also proves that even with 10.5.7 many problems exist and the setup of Apple’s server system is not as streamlines as it should be.

One response to “Welcome, Safari users”

  1. Your set up instructions for the wiki were spot on, and I’ve bookmarked you page. I’ve been able to set up blogs and the wiki for my company using Active Directory.

    I’m at a bit of a loss on how to actually subscribe to the calendar on my Mac and PC boxes so group calendars can be propagated to individuals.

    I’m also having one heck of a time getting the iChat to run. Do you have any tutorials for this? The documentation from Apple and other resources on the web seem spotty in that regard. I’m using SSL and for some reason a grep of the iChat SSL port shows that it is not in use. When I try to log into the server the log shows a “connect” followed by an immediate “disconnect”. Curious….

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