Can i run leopard on my dual core XP amd machine and how
Question by 10cats 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Question by brian4752 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a huge 35th scale hobby boss canadian leopard tank, and i was just wondering what color the bottom and tank crew should be.
Question by the poodleo 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I can't register using Safari Browser on Snow Leopard. It redirect me on the homepage once I click the register button. So I used Firefox instead.
Topic by gnetro 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have here Mac OSX 10.5.1 (Leopard) still in the box, unused and for sale. This retails from the apple store for about 130.00, but I'm making room in my studio and I would like for it to find a new home! 75 bucks or best offer and it's yours. Serious offers only.
Topic by InvaderDig 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Under the Get Info window, I select the program I would like to set a new default for (in this instance, a .wmv file). I can select any individual file, and have it open in Quicktime, but when I hit the change all button, it changes them all to open in Streamclip (which I've never selected). I restarted, and the same thing continues to happen. I'm using Leopard (10.5). Help or ideas are appreciated.
Question by yokozuna 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have been using sshfs (mounting SFTP servers) with MacFUSE on my Mac Mini (Snow Leopard). When I mount an SSH server, I can do it without having to be root, and i'm fine. My friend, on the other hand, tries to mount my SSH server, and it says access denied. He then runs the mount as root and it works fine. The issue with running as root though, makes it not accessible by Finder. He's an administrator on his computer (which is Snow Leopard on a MacBook (White)). How can he mount it as himself (his account)?
Question by conradev 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Will My Dell Dimention 4550 run OS X Leopard with any hackintosh distro Tech Specs: CPU: Intel Pentium 4 CPU, 2.53 GHZ RAM: 1 GIG Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce FX 5500 WHICH IS NOT THE STOCK ONE THAT THIS COMPUTER CAME WITH, I DO HOWEVER HAVE THE STOCK ONE! Sound Card: Creative SB Live Series (WDM)
Question by robots199 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Can i compress an iso file (snow leopard) to less than 4.2 gigabites i need it to fit on either a 8gb flash drive or a 4.38 dvd-r, if not can i put it directly on a partition on my hard drive and install it on that partition
Question by taterkiller 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have a MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard and on my user account (admin) only, the info button (the little "i" that takes you to the back of a widget) doesn't function in widgets in Dashboard and Dashcode. I have tried deleting the preference files for Dashboard, but to no avail. I have also tried reinstalling Dashboard (not the whole OS, just the application) from the disc, but that didn't work either. The info button works on all the other accounts, but not mine, so can't be a system-wide problem. Does any one have any idea what the problem could be and how I could solve it?
Topic by Ethanal 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Again my Power Mac G4 is acting up again. This time it freezes usually after about an hour and a half of use. When monitoring activity monitor, the process called SustemUIServer turns red, and the computer freezes, also the CPU's shut down completely. If I an watching a video the sound will repeat in a little clip over and over again like a broken record. I have downgraded the computer from 2Gb of RAM to 1.5 as one of my sticks of RAM was bad, so obviously it is not a RAM problem. Yes I have ran various RAM testing programs such as MemTest86, and that had no issues. Also with YouTube videos the video will freeze and the mouse wont move. I will post specs of the mac soon so you know exactly what we are working with. And for anyone wondering, it's running Mac OS 10.5.8, Leopard
Topic by iApple guy 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
This is a question for the Mac experts out there (Jake, this means you!). Can anyone recommend a good quality, secure IRC client for Macs running Tiger (10.4) and Leopard (10.5)? The obvious Google search gave me four or five options, but I don't have any criteria from which to choose. If there's one that comes with MacOSX, that'd be great, just tell me. Mac Help gave me a big fat goose egg when I asked :-(
Topic by kelseymh 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am currently downloading a hacked version of mac to install on a windows computer. I dont know if it is going to work yet, so i have not purchased a loepard liscense. 1. Do i need to buy a leopard license even though this is a hacked version, and 2. if mac decided to take me to court could they really for me downloading something that they didnt fully make (becuase of the work-on-a-pc hack) and once it installed sucsesfully i would have bought a license anyway?
Question by A.C.E. 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I am trying to install ubuntu on a flash drive using Mac Snow Leopard. According to the site, I have to convert an ISO file into an IMG file using terminal. I am getting the following error: _________$ hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o ~/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.img ~/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso hdiutil: convert failed - No such file or directory What the heck is wrong? The file is right there, where specified, and I cannot get the stupid thing to convert! Any help is appreciated!
Question by AlternateLives 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Is it legal to install mac os on vmware and is it possible to install it on a pc without hardware virtualization support???
Question by arv_christos 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello, I would like to update my droid Eris to Jellybean with my mac which has snow leopard on it. My phone currently has android 2.1 on it and no micro sd card. This article says I should be able to do this. Thank you for any help.
Question by jbaker22 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I poked around the internet a bit, and it seems that the mac version of the game is not actively produced anymore, and is a bit more than I feel like spending. I heard about a trick that could turn a windows program into a disk image, but I don't know if it will work. Any advice is appreciated, except advice such as "get a PC." I would rather not install windows on my mac, either. I own an Intel Macbook Pro 15 inch. Thanks.
Question by AlternateLives 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Ok, I have a gecko (leopard gecko, orange color morph) and I bought it for HK$900 (US$90). And it escaped! At 10:00 it was there and then in the next five mins its gone! I looked everywhere and blocked every door. Help plwwwwwweeeeeaaaaaaassssssssseeeeeeee?
Topic by TNEN 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
When I try to download the PDF for the 4x4x4 LED and depress the download, I get asked to login. So I log back into, try again and get asked the same thing. So some how I'm in a loop. I running on a Mac Snow Leopard, Safari
Topic by clemc 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello, In the past few months I have noticed that the "Remember Me" button has disappeared from the login box. This makes it so that I have to log in every time I visit the site. It never used to be like this. I am using Google Chrome on a Mac running Snow Leopard. Is anyone else having this problem? Thanks.
Topic by murray484 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I hav macbook with os x not the snow leopard. im a novice computer guy at best. i hav a my passport essential external hard drive 1t. my goal is to hav my music n video all on external. thanx
Question by djdmd 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hello. I recently found a bug regarding voting for the youth contest. The bug does not let me vote for a project. All it says is, "Is this a winner?" My OS is Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8, I am using the latest version of Firefox as my web browser. Here's the URL to the project, https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Glow-3D-Printer/. Here is a screen shot too.
Topic by simplebotics 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I recently connected an external HD to a Leopard system, and everything that was on it, (NTFS), got reformatted into HFS Extended, Journaled. It was my 'old files' drive, and contained old programs, projects, data, and memories. So far everything I have been able to find has not worked, so any help would be greatly appreciated. I'll gladly give any information needed.
Topic by puffyfluff 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have a new macbook pro that comes preinstalled with snow leopard. Upon digging in the attic, my brother found mac os 9 and the recovery discs for my dad's macbook pro (the old model, 2006, preinstalled with tiger). I was curious if there was a way to virtually install tiger (like using virtualbox). The reason I want this is because I want the classic environment to play some old games, and I tried Sheep Shaver for mac os 9, but it crashed when I tried to play the game. From what I understand, tiger was the last to support the classic environment.
Question by A-Nony-Mus 8 years ago
I recently bought "The Stronghold Collection", a suite of castle-themed RTS games. However, not having a PC, I had to wrap the games on my mac using Wineskin. Overall, I am really impressed by how well these games work on mac through wine. However, on Stronghold 2, I am experiencing an annoying amount of text flickering. The game is not unplayable, but I would love to try to figure out how to fix this issue. My OS is Snow Leopard 10.6.8, running on a 2.54 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 4 GB ram. The Wine engine I used is "WS8Wine 1.3.30" with wrapper version "Wineskin-2.5.1" Any help is appreciated!
Question by AlternateLives 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
The original problem was that the laptop wasn't getting power. The shop I took it to said it was the motherboard and that it wasn't worth the price of a replacement. So, I'm not 100% positive that this is the actual problem, since i declined repair, but that's what they said. Everything else is in good working condition as far as I know (including the power supply and battery--we tested those). I'm now running snow leopard on a macbook--I was hoping that the screen might be turned into an external monitor without using the motherboard, but i've seen all the answers about needing a controller and all, so I don't expect that. Still, getting any use from this thing would be great. Any ideas?
Question by AlexMcG 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
So...... Always interested in time lapse photography, but i never found a great program for it. And as of right now i dont really want to solder together a 555 timer circuit and totally hack my camera to get it working. I found software called gphoto that would seem to work. It is in a volume of make magazine but it was run on linux. I would rather not install linux on my pc either. I cant seem to get it installed on my computer.....( a mac running snow leopard) any help?? ? It involves a terminal window i believe. http://blog.dcclark.net/2009/05/how-to-gphoto-primer.html Thats about the most helpful thing i have found. I will be using a kodak C663 (discontinued i think) camera (6.1 megapixels) or a sony dsc-f707 camera mostly. I could also use a pc but it would take me a while to set it up....Thanks!
Question by astroboy907 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
We all use computers to access this website, which means were all most probably sat infront of a computer.Many other forums do a monthly 'show off your desktop' thread, so i intend to bring the same to here.Some of us are more than happy strolling along with the default windows xp skin, and a few icons on our desktops, others want and need to customize it as much as possible. Some of us, like myself, appreciate the extra efficiency with some of the tools available.This is a place for people to share their desktops, and to ask questions about other peoples, so if you see someone else with a kick ass wallpaper, ask them where they got it!I do not want any flaming. We accept ALL operating systems as equal.So, on with the show, here is my march desktop features include - Running Mac OS X LeopardiStat Menus for temp, and memory usage in menu bariPulse for further activity usage in the desktop.Adium, with a custom black text transparent backgroundGeektool, displaying RSS feed of recent Ibles comments, and the timeMy own home made wallpaper, featuring a snail picture i found.I look forward to seeing yours!- gmjhowe
Topic by gmjhowe 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I've done a lot of research about the older USB iSub (which I have) not working with Snow Leopard and Intel Macs (which I also have). I tried the iMic work-around, but it did not work for me. Any tips? Maybe I'm missing a step...So anyway, the newer iSub as paired with the HK Soundsticks works fine w/Intel Macs since it uses the industry standard 3.5mm mini-jack. I was wondering if anyone has considered converting the guts of the older USB iSub to use the 3.5mm mini-jack instead?I have a crappy speaker/subwoofer combo that uses the 3.5mm mini-jack where the subwoofer volume is controlled at one of the speakers. It looks pretty easy to pull the guts from the crappy subwoofer and see if it will drive the iSub. A bit of a kludge I admit, but it's possible w/o permanent damage to the iSub. Can anyone tell me or post a pic of how all the wires connect between computer/iSub/satellite speakers on the newer HK Soundsticks?
Question by monkeymissile 8 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
About a year ago I bought a 10 gallon fish tank for about 10 bucks and 3 small comet feeder goldfish. I had a spare filter and some gravel then tossed in some hides. It look great but now that the fish are about 3-4 inches each I decided they would like a slightly larger tank. I don't want to spend 50 plus dollars for another tank. I was talking to another fish owner the other day and mentioned a large plastic storage container, He said he had used one and built a wooden box around it to support it. My idea is to buy a 30 gallon storage container or cheap plastic pond and build a wooden frame around it then spray great stuff in the gaps for support. How does this sound? I have a desk with a couple cricket keepers on and a leopard gecko. I planned to put wheels on it so I can slide it in and out of the space under the desk. I have a light that I can mount to the bottom of the desk. Does this sound like it would be okay or a disaster waiting to happen. Thanks, Clemsonguy1125
Question by imthatguy1125 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
UPDATE: I have begun to construct a gun out of this. It doesn't shoot very far in the video because I am using a motor to power it, but once I complete it I'm hoping that it'll be pretty powerful.Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJbFasz1eAgOriginal Post: It occurs to me that you could use a crankshaft with a motor or wound up rubber-band to push and then subsequently pull a firing pin in your gun. This coupled with a hopper that can push rounds into the chamber, and you would have a truly fully automatic gun, as opposed to a ton of single-shots all on a chain (which is cumbersome to load).I'm not good at all at actually designing k'nex guns (not anymore anyway), but I did put together and example of a crankshaft, and have attached photos and videos to this topic. The actual crankshaft at the back of the example could easily be elongated so that you could have your firing pin travel farther, and if you put that axle on a small gear attached to a larger gear which is on another axle with a rubber-band or motor to turn it, you could get at least 20 shots from the gun. Reloading it would also be really easy, as you could have a crank to turn the main axle allowing the rubber-band to build up potential energy once again.Sorry if this is confusing, I'm not the best orator or typer as it were, but I think the pictures will be a lot easier to understand.Sincerely,Black LeopardVideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbmm3BaAQgc
Topic by blckleprd 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
---The Problem---- I've searched high and low for something that will allow me to connect my normal landline (see links at bottom of post) to my MacBook Pro (2.16GHz core 2 duo, on OS X Snow Leopard). The landline is my work landline, so I can't change it. I really just want to connect it to my Mac through its "To TEL" port, which according to the manual is for connecting phones in parallel. The minimum I want to be able to do is get audio from the landline to my computer's speakers and audio to it from my computer's speakers. My goal is to be able to work handsfree on my computer while I type. I'm not keen on a headset for the landline because I hate cables and get tangled up while I type. If I get my voice routed through to the phone through the Mac's microphone and sound to come out through my speakers from the caller's voice I'd be jumping for joy. I'd be rocketing for joy if through some way I managed to use an AppleScript I found (see links at bottom of post) to dial out of AddressBook to the landline. That would be tres cool, but that'd be me getting greedy. ----What I've been able to find out (I'm pretty clueless)------ PCs can do this with an RJ11 to USB adapter. There are rumors that the DLink DPH-50U works with OS X with a driver no one can seem to find. Apple stopped making their USB external modems, which didn't cater for voice anyway. I'm willing to buy stuff to make something if I need, although if it comes to writing drivers I'd need a lot of direction. ----The question----- Does anyone have any clever ideas on how to solve the problem? ----Links------ My landline manual: https://support.panasonic.co.nz/docstore/KXT7425_T7433_T7436_T7450%20book.pdf AppleScript to dial from AddressBook: http://forums.macosxhints.com/showpost.php?p=317719&postcount;=10 Most thankful in advance for any ideas!
Question by martellito 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Thats all the patches for this month! Get working on your set ups for next month!Happy September, since Joe Martin filled in for me last month, I realised its time I did this months, if a few days late...Me and Han have been at a friends wedding this last weekend, I realise now its only a couple of months till our wedding...I have decided that these desktop show off topics have actually been doing really well. So I am pleased to up the stakes.Free Patch for every submissionThe screenshots have to be different to last monthsThey have to have a description of whats going on (geektool, objectdock, etc)They have to be listed as a new comment below!To take a picture of your desktop on a windows machine use the printscreen key on your keyboard, Open up paint, Edit, Paste and then save this as a png. then upload this onto Instructables.To take a screenshot on a mac use the apple key, Shift and 3. This will save the picture to your desktop then you can upload it to Instructables.To take a screenshot in Linux go to Applications>Accessories>Take screenshot. If this doesn't work blame Lithium Rain ;-)I have a nice new set of wallpapers this month.My main screen is running a Leopard Vector reboot wallpaper, I also have the following running..Geektool, in a range of Helvetica NeueTinkertool, which is keeping my dock in a different style, and puts the eject button in the menubar.My second screen is running a favourite wallpaper of mine, one that I rejigged to fit portrait.Finally, my third screen is running a picture of me and my Fiance Hannah from when we were in Durham.I have added an extra picture of my current screen set up, so you can make more sense of my screenshots!So, get your Desktops and wallpaper screenshotted and sorted, and collect your Patch! (5th picture)- gmjhowe
Topic by gmjhowe 9 years ago
First off, I realize instructables does not want pure advertising on their site through these forms. The voting is optional and I don't want this to be viewed as advertisement. If nothing else, I want to share with you our story in the project, and hopefully you'll see how awesome this is. We are doing something that no high school has ever achieved before, and I think it's more relevant to the site than some re-posting of a blog article. I hope that you take a few minutes and find out what the Frog Project is all about! Want to support the cause of helping endangered species, education, and advancing biotech in schools? Well, take 5 minutes and vote for our school to convince Khols' to give us 1/2 million $$! Unfortunately the contest is over, but we're going to go for a $250,000 grant for a Pepsi contest in November. If you become a fan of our page (noted below) you'll be updated. Check back in November! https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-AAEC-Frog-Project/128763967175416 ======================================================== Not convinced? Well, here's our story: You can help save a rare frog from extinction, and it is free! Kohls the dept. store is donating $500,000 to the 20 schools with the most creative need for the money. Your vote can help our school win this money, and best of all it costs you nothing! We are working on a project to try and save a rare frog from extinction. And we need the cash. At our small high school of 300 students, we are trying to completely sequence the genome of a rare Arizona frog. We hope to accomplish 2 things from this work. 1) We hope to rescue this frog from extinction. 2) We hope to train a new generation of students in modern biotechnology, and rescue the State of Arizona from last place in quality of education in the United States. The Chiricahua Leopard frog is currently listed as a threatened species. We have been working in conjunction with the Phoenix Zoo and Arizona Game and Fish to develop a genetic test that could aid in conservation efforts. We have already spent a year working on the sequence of the mitochondrial chromosome of this frog. Our school actually owns a DNA sequencer. We have made pioneering efforts in the design of genetic tests for this frog. Our students have presented 5 posters on our work at the International Plant and Animal Genome conference (PAG), quite an achievement for a high school. Our project was recently awarded one of only three heritage grants: http://www.gf.state.az.us/w_c/heritage_projects.shtml By the way, the other two Heritage grants were awarded to Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University. What we really wish to do is completely sequence every chromosome in this frog. This is a very ambitious project. Consider that the human genome project completed in 2003, cost $3 billion dollars and took 13 years. Our leopard frog is estimated to contain twice as much DNA as humans! However, we think that with appropriate funding, and new technology that has recently become available we can accomplish this task in 2 years! We wish to construct what are called “DNA libraries”, collections of broken chromosome fragments of known sizes. These can be sequenced quickly using NEXT generation sequencing technology. The Chinese genomic group BGI has agreed to cover the costs of NEXT generation sequencing, and genome assembly for our project (an estimated $1 million) if our school can come up with the remaining funds needed for the construction of the libraries. We need to purchase about $200,000 in new equipment, and extend our existing lab space. With the completed genome sequence, we would like to have a custom “gene chip” manufactured. This chip will have all the DNA of the frog physically printed on it. The chip allows experiments to be carried out without any harm to any frog. This chip could then be used to aid conservation efforts by the Phoenix Zoo and Arizona Game & Fish. It could allow the exact parentage of every Chiricahua frog that is discovered to be known. Eventually this technology will become the backbone of conservation work on all species, but at this early stage it is not possible for Arizona Game & Fish to raise the funds needed to generate a gene chip before it is too late for the frog. Our school hopes to be the first in history to carry out a genome project. We hope this will serve as a guiding light to other schools, and start a grass-roots movement in the conservation and education world. Help us save our frog! Here is the catch. Vote for us on Facebook, and convince all your friends to do the same (forward this message to them), or unfortunately the frog bites it! Everybody can vote up to 5 times for us. In this way YOU can help make the difference not only for this rare species, but if we can succeed you will help pave the way to help many others. https://apps.facebook.com/KohlsCares/school/32741/aaec-paradise-valley Regards, -Mike Dr. Mike Brown Science Dept. Chair AAEC-Paradise Valley Phoenix Arizona 602 569 1101 Interesting references/links about our project and research (really, we are real!): Abstracts to posters presented by our high school students at the Plant ANimal Genome Conference (PAG)http://www.intl-pag.org/17/abstracts/P03a_PAGXVII_102.html http://www.intl-pag.org/pag/17/abstracts/P03b_PAGXVII_134.html http://www.intl-pag.org/18/abstracts/P03d_PAGXVIII_162.html http://www.intl-pag.org/18/abstracts/P01_PAGXVIII_031.html http://www.intl-pag.org/18/abstracts/P03b_PAGXVIII_155.html Our high school and its project http://www.aaechighschools.com/teachers/pv/mbrown/abstract.htm The MoBio scientific supply company featured us in their 2009 catalog, and describes our project on their “where in the world” page of their website: http://www.mobio.com/pages/wiw-namerica.html See page 8 of the Phoenix Zoo’s Conservation Science Newsletter: http://www.phoenixzoo.org/learn/Conservation_and_Science_Newsletter_Winter_09.pdf A recent article from the press: http://www.somonews.com/article.cfm?articleID=18154
Topic by lukethebook333 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago