You are wrong, it's cool though. The ftp link ajmas provided is for the macos x port. The web page also mentions specifically a macos x port. Of course, I coudn't get it to work, but that's another story.Originally posted by theed
that product appears to be for X Server (Rhapsody) not X public or X beta. I could of course be wrong.
I just received an email from the author of the program and he says that it does work in MacOS X but, interestingly enough, not in Darwin because he said that Apple removed SCSI support from Darwin. I did get the program to run, but haven't tried to burn anything yet (being that it's CLI I first need to take the time to learn how). This is cool though, if it works maybe I will make a free GUI front end from this program. Sounds like a cool way to teach myself Objective-C.Originally posted by theed
the 1997 mod date on the file, his referal to rhapsody, a version number I've never heard of, and mentions of Next Step all wierd me out. Meanwhile, I'll boot into X server after Im done compressing a movie and see if I can get his code to run.