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Creative SB [Live!, Audigy, Audigy2, EMU10kX eDSPs] OSX Driver info here!

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I thought, but why can't i compile it with XCode? How can i do that anyway?


By having an Intel machine with the correct SDK installed. With this code the platform is Intel processors/machines now you having a PPC means it will never compile on that platform the instruction set the compiler is looking for is not going to be there. Now there is a method called cross compiling where you can compile code on another platform that targets a different platform than it has been compiled on but this does not apply to you Intel code is never going to run on PPC.



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I am not sure, if i understand it correctly. If i compile a C source on a PPC platform, the target platform will be PPC. Why would it be x86, if i try to compile this driver? Cross compiling is when i compile for x86 on PPC, or vice versa, but i try to compile for PPC on PPC.

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