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iTunes Error After Mac OsX Update to 10.6.3

August 26, 2011 1 comment

When i’d downloaded 10.6.8 update in my macbook black,,

the instalation was succesfully, but when i opened my iTunes..

and….. something wrong happened.

“Running itunes in 64 bit mode requires MAC OS X 10.7 or later.  To run itunes in 32-bit mode, select the itunes application in the Finder, choose the “get info” command int he file menu, and check the “open in 32-bit mode” checkbox in the itunes info window.”

and after i followed that instuction, i had no option to open in 32-bit mode.. Read more…

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Download Metal Slug For Mac

February 28, 2011 1 comment

Hai Guys, this is my favourite game when i was senior high school,,

sometimes, i remember this game,,

and try to play this game in my mac,,

so i found this download link,,

this is the cover

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Hot to export your new command (bin) to your PATH in Mac OS X

January 24, 2011 2 comments

i was installed httperf and autobench in my MacBook,

and it were installed in /opt/local/bin

i can’t excetute that because that command not in my default profile PATH,,

so i had to export new directory to my PATH,,

here it is..

First echo $PATH

/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin
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Enabling PHP and Apache in Leopard

January 28, 2010 14 comments

Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) comes with both Apache 2.2.6 and PHP 5.2.4 preinstalled, but they’re not enabled by default. The following instructions should help you get up and running.

  1. Open BBEdit or TextWrangler (a free, cut-down version of BBEdit available from www.barebones.com). From the File menu, select Open Hidden. In the Open dialog box, select All Files from the Enable drop-down menu. Then navigate to Macintosh HD:private:etc:apache2:httpd.conf, and click Open.
  2. This opens the main configuration file for Apache 2.2.6. It’s a system file, so you need to unlock it by clicking the icon of a pencil with a line through it at the top-left of the toolbar, as shown in the following screenshot:
    Apache configuration file in TextWrangler
  3. You will be told that the document is owned by “root”, and be asked to confirm that you want to unlock it. Click Unlock. This removes the line through the pencil, and readies the file for editing. Normally, when editing system files, it’s a good idea to make a backup. However, it’s not necessary in this case, because backup copies of all the Apache configuration files are in the original subfolder of the Apache2 folder.
  4. Scroll down until you find the code shown on line 114 in the following screenshot (although the line number is likely to be the same in your version, it’s the code that’s important, not which line it’s on):
    Load PHP module command
  5. Position your cursor at the beginning of that line, and remove the hash or pound sign (#). It should now look like this:
    LoadModule php5_module      libexec/apache2/libphp5.so
    This enables PHP 5 on your computer.
  6. Save the file. Because it’s owned by “root”, you will be prompted to enter your Mac password. That takes care of the basic configuration. In theory, you could now start Apache and PHP would be up and running. However, the default installation doesn’t use the PHP configuration file php.ini. You need to need to make a copy of a file called php.ini.default, and edit it.
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