Karl W Broman
kbroman at jhsph.edu
Wed Dec 13 21:17:28 CET 2006
I think if you use the Mac OS X install disk and choose
"Install Mac OS X and bundled software" and restart, then
select "Customize", and then select X11 and deselect the others,
you can install X11.
Karl W. Broman phone 410-614-9408
Department of Biostatistics fax 410-955-0958
Johns Hopkins University email kbroman at jhsph.edu
On Dec 13, 2006, at 3:03 PM, Rob J Goedman wrote:
> Just wondering about X11 on Intel Macs. My new machine came without
> the X11 app
> and I have not been able to find it on any of the supplied disks or
> the Apple site (there
> is an installer for ppc (X11user.dmg) and a universal X11 upgrade
> Neither will allow me to install X11.
> Any ideas?
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