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Slashcode and Mac OS X

posted by pudge on 05:01 AM May 25th, 2000   Printer-friendly   Email story
dracnath writes "Just wondering if anyone has set up a Slash server running Mac OS X pr 3 or 4? If so what are the potential issues if any?"

As soon as you get me a copy to install on my PowerBook, I'll let you know. :-)

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  • Hey,

    Just FYI, I had nothing to do this weekend so I blatenly copied the look and feel of /. in a Web Objects format.
    I did it more as a programming exersize and I still have a lot of work to do. If you want I can email you the code.
    Chris
    martin@NOcstoneSPAM.net (remove the NO and SPAM)
  • Sweet! Thanks for reminding me. I have a 604e machine that I can run X server on... slowly, but it will run. I'll set it up tonight and post the results and a URL here. Before you send me helpful advice reminding me that X-Server wont run on a 604e let me go ahead and tell how to get it to work. Here's how:

    1. Buy X-Server
    2. Use shrinkwrap to make an image of the CD.
    3. Make the image read/write and mount it.
    4. download 'wishiwere' (sorry, i think that's the name, but I might be wrong) a control panel that changes the gesalt machine type.
    5. Put that into the prefs/extentions folder on the cd.
    6. Burn the image to a blank cd and boot off of it.

    If you did it right, MacOS will think that your machine is a blue G3 and you can install. Anyway, i'll post my results here hopefully tonight.

  • by Anonymous Coward
    apple is coming out with MacosX server a new version with aqua!