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    Uninstall language packs

    I know that there is a small application that can remove unwanted Language packs on OS X. The problem is that I forgot the Name and can't find it now
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    Hmm, bobw,, how the hell do you know all this things man?? hehe

    So nice with guys like you arround when you need help
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    Every once in awhile, the old memory chip kicks in

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    just be careful what you remove with those apps. if you select the wrong thing, you can leave your keyboard useless, and have to start your os from scratch.

    MAKE A BACKUP FIRST.
    (experience speaking here...)
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    hehe, thanks
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    By the way,, I am also looking for a REALLY GOOD tutorial how to install MySQL and PHP, and how to make the config. after?
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    well if you want the actual experience of doing it, then google, or search around del.icio.us a little bit. there's TONS of good tutorials.

    On the other hand, if you just want it installed to USE, check out MAMP. It's free, and installs in a clean, standalone folder. So it's easy to remove when you don't want/need it anymore. VERY slick.
    free too:
    http://www.mamp.info/en/home/
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