From: Paul J Collins (sneakums at domain zork.net)
Date: Fri 04 May 2001 - 08:40:47 IST
>>>>> "FM" == Ferren MacIntyre <Ferren.MacIntyre at domain nuigalway.ie> writes:
FM> So, my question. Anybody out there had more experience than I
FM> with Mac OS X? How does one get at the putative BSD/Darwin
Open a terminal window.
FM> (I have a CD of Ceveloper's Tools, but it won't tell me what's
FM> on it until after I've installed it, so I haven't.)
I read somewhere (maybe in the ArsTechnica reviews) that you need to
install the Developer Tools to get all of the BSD stuff. If you're
going playing with the Unix end if it, you'll want a C compiler anyway.
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