When it started it read:
Singleuser boot -- fsck not done
Root device is mounted read-only
if you want to make modification to files:
when I do the command you told me about, I get at the end: File system was modified
well it's the only drive I have on my MBP and it's 298 Gb and it's new! Lots of free space around 240 Gb. I repaired the HD premission twice and it is still not letting me install it! Maybe cos I already have the updates installed?
I have Leopard 10.5.4 and I need to connect to it from my iphone. So I installed VNC lite on my iphone but the problem is, to get through the firewall of my uni I need to have a port higher than a certain number. How can I see the port on my Mac and change it from 5900 to sthg else.
Now that Apple offer the 60 days trial for mobileme I have decided to try it before becoming a member. Two things I couldn't figure out till now. How on earth can I setup my emails to be on MOBILEME too. Second, I am using Leopard 10.5.4 with ALL updates, but mail still can't see my @me.com...
If you are running time machine, restore you backup to where everything was working. Try to repair permission with Disk utilities. Update your OS then attempt to install VMware.
Actually, Leopard was developed to make use of the Intel-based processors, specifically multi-core computers and...