A newer version is here. I now call this ml1610-blaster.
I have a trusty Samsung ML-1610 printer that I think I bought for like $90 back around 2003. It’s been an outstanding little cheapie that so far has seen me through two undergrad programs and is now seeing my wife through her third such program. Overall, it’s unremarkable, but I like it enough to keep it going.
I’ve long-since used SpliX to get it to work under more recent versions of macOS. Lately, I’ve found splix’s installer fails to complete (I suspect SIP is in the way). And so this post exists to help me keep track of what I’ve done to install it on my
wreckless fleet of macs.
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I’ve been working out a tolerable dynamic DNS solution for myself lately. After much effort, I’ve settled on running my own bind server (I last did this like 12 years ago, hah). I’ve written simple scripts that handle it for me and they work fine. However, I found for many of my domains hosted by GoDaddy, I couldn’t get it to use my new nameservers. Godaddy would let me switch my nameservers, but then they’d revert to their previous settings and I’d get an email containing the helpful message:
Error: Authorization error; 6007
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