The Developer Tools Installer is in the Applications folder under “Installers”
The OmniOutliner and OmniGraffle that are in Applications are licensed…not demos.
Fetch needs a license. Proteus needs a license.
Script Debugger needs an installer.
Kind of tedious…
Start from 10.2.3
1. System Manager account
2. Software Updates (10.2.6 combo, Java 1.4, QuickTime 6.3, iTunes 4.0.1, Safari 1, iPod 1.3, iMovie 3.0.3)
3. Developer CD (December 2002)
3.1 Xwindows, Xwindows SDK
3.5 Software Update (Airport, Bluetooth, Security update 2003-06-09, iSync)
3.5.1 Software Update has to run from System Manager
4. “stuff” – TinkerTool2, Silk, ASM, MenuScript
5. BetterConsole, IE 5.2.3
5.1 Applications – Office, SQLGrinder, ScriptDebugger, OmniOutliner, MeetingMaker, TN3270, BBEdit, RDC (Windows), NetNewsWire
6. Use Apple PHP?
sometime later I will move more of the entries off of 2-May-2003
I’m tired now.
NetInfo…look there first…look there last…if it comes to a configuration or a setting it’s the best place to start
At 15:27:39 -0400 9/9/02, Derek K. Miller wrote: If you have BBEdit, you can just drag a folder into a blank text document window and the app will reproduce the folder and subfolder hierarchy with each level nicely tabbed out for you in plain text. No icons, and it only lists alphabetically (I think), but the names are all ther
Get rid of all non-english files in application bundles
find / ! -name "English.lproj" -name "*.lproj" -type d -exec rm -r -- true ;
Replacing the Manila site with a Movable Type site…doing it all by hand.