sudo kill -HUP `cat /var/run/bootpd.pid`
Shoes wrote:How do I edit it via sudo? The online guides - p /etc/bootpd.plist /tmp/bootpd.plist, etc - don't work for me, and I'm not sure they work in 10.7 at all.
sudo vi /etc/bootpd.plist
Shoes wrote:Is this possible? I have a new MacBook Pro and I'm having trouble when connecting my PS3 directly to the Mac.
I've tried everything, and have all the right sharing settings;
The adress options on my PS3:
Subnet: 255.255.0.0 (it has that on my ethernet connection on my Mac's network settings)
DNS: 172.19.0.73/220.127.116.11 (the DNS settings my wifi connection gives me)
If I do the 'easy' conntection on my PS3, it doesn't assign an IP. Using these manual settings it does but then it shags out at the next bit.
I've noticed that when I do an internet test and the PS3 tries to use the ethernet, it shows as disconnectedon my Mac/s network settings - is this normal?? Do others have this? Would I need to be using a cross-over cable and not a standard cat5e one?
I would forever be in your debt for any help, guys.
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