Discussion in 'MSC Clan' started by cowofwar, Feb 5, 2001.
He uploaded mac os x 4k29 to my server.
/me bows down to Autolycus.
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These builds you speak of, do they require OS X beta to run?
They are os x.
The public beta was like 4e14. The one demoed at the latest Expo was 4k17, and Autolycus is upping 4k29.
4k31 is available, but it's really hard to find at the moment.
1. What's your server address?
2. How do you install this latest build? Would I delete OS X Beta off my second drive and start from scratch?
Each build requires you to delete your old version of os x. You now require 9.1 to run classic.
This has been up for a month. Only use the applications and games if you're going to buy them.
moo moo moo
I see... How large is a typical build?
hmmm....I'm buying a new ATA/100 hard-drive and was wondering if I should buy an external firewire kit. What do you think? My current bus can't handle speeds of more than 66mbps and the firewire would let me get full speed out of it.
Hmmm... I'd stick with the IBM drive. FireWire drives tend to be slow. Most transfer data at 20MBps. Going with the IBM would be faster, despite being bandwidth limited.
Blegh, 100 megs left to upload.
Stupid Earth. Autolycus and I are on extreme opposite sides of North America. I'm on the west coast and he's on the east coast.
This huge difference heally hurts the max speed that he can get from my server.
100megs left?!?! Forget dowloading it. I'm on dial-up!
no no no no.
I'm not going to buy a firewire drive. It's a kit that let's you turn an internal ATA drive into a firewire external drive.
I'd buy the IBM drive and put it into the kit.
It's 400.7 megs. It's the complete os x installation cd.
Well, if you have tons of money to waist go fot it! Other wise just save your green-backs for a new rig.
yes, yes, i'm the king.
I'll just turn my head and pretend I have seen nothing.
I need DSL and OS X. I'm WILL have both by March.
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