Home > macOS > Mac OS X Server 10.3 Review, Part 2 Mac OS X Server 10.3 Review, Part 2 Eugenia Loli 2004-01-22 macOS 5 Comments This is the second part of Pudge’s review of Mac OS X Server 10.3 on Slashdot. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 5 Comments 2004-01-23 12:47 am Not the most technical review but it satisfied my curiosity. 2004-01-23 1:02 am That review was light and fluffy, just like the rest of Apple’s marketing hype. 2004-01-23 2:57 am Printing: With OSX using CUPS, you would think it would work better than the way it did in the review. NETWORK: Apple should buy out the people that make that DAVE product. For years they could have included SMB connectivity on the MAC, even Classic! In addition, Apple should give a FREE Appletalk client away to windows and Linux boxes, so we can stop struggling with the damn network connections between platforms. I work at a school district, and I know people want that .NOVELL has done that with their server products. In fact, instead of making everything work with Windows, make windows work with everything else. 2004-01-23 3:34 am Why would you use old, slow and chatty appletalk when finally OS X incorporated TCP/IP. Never had problems with windows/BSD/Linux/Solaris networks. Allways Apple was “inventing”. 2004-01-23 4:19 pm if you knew when Apple came up with their stuff, you would see that it was befor Netbios or other easy network solutions. not to mention Windows has “invented” more crap than apple did. apple’s inventions came before there was a standard for things anyway.