FAQs - Cocoon Wiki
Did you unpack the Cocoon distribution with tar? It seems like "tar" is broken on macosx, you need to use "gnutar" instead to unpack the Cocoon distribution archive. See this message.
Phytopia: Frequently Asked Questions
the time of Phytopia's development, the software used was not compatible with Mac OSX; this is why it runs in Classic Mac mode. We're planning to make Phytopia OSX-compatible in the future. Yes, you can turn the sound on and off from the "Menu" button (like the one to the right). It is located either at the top or the bottom right corner of the Phytopia window (depending on which screen you are viewing). You need to have QuickTime™ version 3.
A Developer Edition of ColdFusion MX for J2EE is available for Mac OSX. It requires that a J2EE server (like JRun or Tomcat) be installed, and ColdFusion will run on top of it. At this time there is no production version of ColdFusion for OSX.
FAQ - Mol
Mac-On-Linux was not written with x86 CPUs in mind, but if you feel like providing patches, it's certainly possible to add support. Since applications like vmware exist, it's not very high my list of things to do.
SRA Art Connections E-Presentation 07/21/05
This program runs from the CD. The program should auto start once the CD is in the CD/DVD drive. If the program does not start automatically, then do the following once the CD is inserted:
Frequently Asked Questions
When I compile Cocoon on my system, I get a bunch of errors. What's wrong?Getting Started Developing with Cocoon
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No, unfortunately, we offer no software for Mac OSX. If you also own a Windows system, you can create the needed barcodes as image files (e.g., TIFF, gif, PNG, WMF, EMF) with ActiveBarcode and use them on your OSX system. Maybe this is an alternative for you. Too small text line: The problem I have is that when I see a preview or print a report in MS Access, the numbers below the code appear very very small.
Sharman Networks is actively evaluating the benefits of future versions of Kazaa Media Desktop running on other platforms such as OSX and Linux.
Spectrasonics - Stylus FAQs
Yes. We support native VST, Audio Units and RTAS in OSX. These versions are available on the updates page.
Linux FAQ - common questions about GNU/Linux | getgnulinux.o...
No. There are a few free software components in Mac OSX, and it is technically similar to GNU/Linux systems. But overall, it is proprietary software: all the issues about Windows apply to it as well. top
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Click on the Mail icon (it looks like a stamp) that appears in the dock at the bottom of your screen. Click on Accounts, make sure your pop3.phreego.com account is highlighted, and then Click on the Edit button.
FAQ --Online Television --English
JumpTV streams in Windows Media Format and does not support Macintosh, but we do have Mac OS X users who use Flip4mac software to watch our streams and this works for all streams except our Sony Entertainment Television (SET) streams from India. If you are a Mac OS X user and would like to subscribe to JumpTV, please go to http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/wmcomponents.mspx and download the latest version of Flip4mac.
Instantiations Product Documentation
The SWT portion of the product (SWT Designer) has worked under OSX for quite some time. Prior to Eclipse 3.3, the Swing portion of the product (Swing Designer) did not work on the Mac at all due to critical limitations in Eclipse for the Mac (Eclipse did not support Swing/AWT interoperability, for example). See the following Eclipse Bugzilla entries for more background
LessTif Frequently Asked Questions
You have an old (broken/incomplete) config.cache (config.status) file left over. Delete those! Or if you have a recent set of the auto* tools installed (See INSTALL.html) run the CVSMake script, and then configure again. configure (and the generated Makefiles) won't work if the build directory resides in a path which has embedded blanks, e.g. "/usr/work/Fine Software". The simple and only solution is to move it to another path.
FAQs - Cocoon Wiki
A1: Phew, that's a tough one! Cocoon can be configured in numerous ways (see: ConfiguringCocoon). But I suspect you want to look at the Sitemap since that's the central configuration point. Due to its many responsibilities, the sitemap is fairly complex. In order to learn, I suggest you go for the basics first: SimpleTransformations shows you how to map a set of URLs to a set of source XML-files run through some XSLT transformations (this is core Cocoon functionality).
Giggles Computer Funtime For Baby™ Software : Support ...
Yes, the programs themselves are compatible. But the installers located on many of the productions CD's are not compatible. We do have an installer patch that fixes this minor issue though. Therefore, if you are having problems getting your program to install under Leopard, all you have to do it download the Leopard Install Patch from here. The patch will install the program on your computer for you using your original Giggles Baby CD.
iVisit FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions
In your iVisit Settings > Preferences > Video Device Menu make sure the "Recording Device" is set to the correct camera driver. If no driver option appears then reinstall the software that came with the camera and reboot.
The default window focusing with the Aqua window manager is a PITA when using Coot. Try typing in a terminal this to set "Focus Follows Mouse": $ defaults write com.apple.x11 wm_ffm true
However, Apple appear to have moved the goalposts considerably in the manner in which OSX handles and displays fonts. Quark does not appear to have quite caught up with Apple. Many font users are experiencing problems with certain fonts when they upgrade. Even fonts they have had for years and have been using quite happily in OS 7., 8. and 9. This seems, in the main, to do with an inherent incompatibility between OSX 10.3 Panther and Quark 6.0. Quark 6.
Yes. The collection file generated by the Linux update is a pure text file that can be transferred to your Mac via Email or CD.