Here is how I use Apple technology beyond the basics. My home network environment integrates Apple technology from last millennia (Mac OS) to the present day (macOS, iOS and iPad OS). Take a nostalgic look at the simplicity and enhanced productivity pre Mac OS X, and come back to the present day with the same user account.
This page links to setup, optimisation and troubleshooting experience and is hoped to be helpful for others keeping old Apple technology out of landfill and recycling.
- Connecting Linux Client to Open Directory (Debian GNU/Linux & Derivatives)
- Connecting Linux Client Open Directory (Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Derivatives)
- DNS service migration
- Mac OS X Server Leopard – HTTP NetBoot
System Support Services (DIY)
- Setup an internal Software Update Archive with NetSUSLP on Linux
- Setup a legacy AFP server for vintage Mac’s using Netatalk on FreeBSD