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OS 10.5 - Leopard and NDAS network drive


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Has anyone upgraded to Leopard that uses a NDAS network drive, like the ministack? I have upgraded and can no longer connect to my NDAS drive.
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Same problem. I tried deleting and re-adding the NDAS, but after staring at the animated "searching" circle for an hour I gave up. Anybody have a solution?
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Same sort of problem here. As soon as my Freecom Media Payer 350 WLAN is turned on (connected via Ethernet), there is a Kernal panic and a reboot is needed. Uninstalling the NDAS driver cures the panic problem, but no more NDAS access! I now have to connect to the drive via FTP.
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Same sort of problem here. As soon as my Freecom Media Payer 350 WLAN is turned on (connected via Ethernet), there is a Kernal panic and a reboot is needed. Uninstalling the NDAS driver cures the panic problem, but no more NDAS access! I now have to connect to the drive via FTP.
Following on from my previous response, I've just noticed that on the Ximeta web site (the supplier of the NDAS drivers), they mention that there will be Leopard support available Q1 2008. Looks like a bit of a wait then!
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