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  Learning the Terminal in Jaguar, Part 1
Subject:   I had the same result.
Date:   2003-04-24 08:50:13
From:   chris_stone
Response to: I had the same result.

If that's the case, you probably need to install the Developer Tools. If you didn't receive a Developer Tools CD with your Mac or Mac OS X box, you can download an image for free (after registering for a free ADC membership) from: http://connect.apple.com


Hope that helps...


--Chris

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  • I had the same result.
    2003-10-15 01:47:41  anonymous2 [View]

    For newer macs that came with OS X pre-installed, the developer tools package is already on the hard drive. It can be installed from:

    /Applications/Installers/Developer\ Tools/Developer.mpkg

    Michael.
  • You must be psychic!
    2003-04-24 11:27:29  anonymous2 [View]

    I was sitting here troubleshooting this and voila - you replied. Thanks. I found another response you gave someone and it solved this problem. I installed the BSD subsystem pkg off the CD. This got pico up and running for me. Thanks again.

    It seems to be running well. Love your tutorials and will get the book too now just from seeing how easy you explain things.