adamkun wrote:hello there
could you please tell me more about the iso for your particular MBoard sorry bit slow and trying to work out why it's so important
used to have an older kallyway boot disk but is this one different?
derFunkenstein wrote:Now that 10.5.7 is out, the 4000 series should be working. Well, the 4800 series anyway. Not sure about the 4600 series. The rest of your setup should be fine.
adamkun, the disc that I have allows OS X to boot cleanly with an unmodified installation of the OS. That's mostly useful when it comes to updates - nothing is going to get broken if it hasn't been modified. As one InsanelyMac member said, let modified distributions die like the dinosaurs they are.
And don't give your money to EFi-X. It's jsut a glorified USB flash drive. You could make your own flash drive if that's what you wanted.
Ragnar Dan wrote:Well, I've got an 8800GT but with 256MB, a 9600GSO (I forget, but that may be the same as an 8400 GS), and I also may be able to use a GTS 450. I'll probably get the box folding@home, and I don't recall seeing any Mac GPU software for that, so it would have to use... what? I'm unaware of any Wine type thing for Mac, but then I'm unaware of most things about Macs.
One thing your reply and other things I've seen make me wonder about is Snow Leopard, which is a revision before the Lion version, and why I would want to or have to use that. Care to explain? Did Apple wipe out some compatibilities in their latest update that makes generic mobos less likely to work?
One plan for the system is to do some development on it if necessary. If I could do that from my Windows box I'd be happier, but everything I've seen about that looks underwhelming so far.
derFunkenstein wrote:I'm just adverse to many of the changes in Lion. Hidden scroll bars that only show up when you use them, the weirdo iOS-like changes.
derFunkenstein wrote:I'm so not going to pay $30 just to turn everything off that makes Lion, Lion.
Mac OS X Lion Compatibility
Please Note: Pro Tools 9.0.4 and all earlier versions of Pro Tools software are not compatible and will not work with OS X Lion. With the followign (sic) exception: Pro Tools SE 8.0.3 with Patch 003.
Ragnar Dan wrote:I was wondering how I'd get an OS after seeing Lion available as an upgrade only.
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot] and 1 guest