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[email]joeleaveshotmail.com[/email] (Jack Mackrel) wrote:
Install Apple Developer Tools, the installer is either on your disk (if you got> Please forgive the "newbieness" of my questions: I just bought my
> first mac tonight. I am a pretty seasoned linux user and I want to
> install X on my machine so that I can program. I see that supposedly
> os x comes with gcc, but I can't find it nor have I been able to
> process standard make (gmake) files.
a new machine) or downloadable from developer.apple.com
Run xterm from the terminal, or add xterm to your ~/.xinitrc> I installed x11 (the "beta"
> version) from the apple site, but it has been a black box. When I
> open terminals, for example, I keep getting the BSD terminal. How do
> I open a terminal specific to x11 so that I can begin to install all
> the good unix-based programs that I love?
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