I upgraded to a new Mac and let "Apple" copy all files over. After it was finished it said to reinstall Now Up-to-Date (b3). I did. It runs fine (except for no 24-hour display). However, it could not find the server. I launched the server program and it is there and active. The only way to get NUD to recognize a server was to "+" add a new server--it has the exact same name and is accessible via Bonjour. So I don't have to go through the tedious process of setting up the new server, I'd much prefer to get the old one to work.
How can I edit the IP address in the old server, or get it to recognize that it is a Bonjour server and the IP is dynamic? Or is there an easy way to get the new server to just read the existing data?
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