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In Topic: Adobe CS3 Master Collection still crashing

30 August 2007 - 03:20 AM

I managed to install on my hacintosh by copying the /Library/Application Support/Adobe from a cs3 install on my macbook. I used the terminal as root user. I have web premium suite and ID cs3 all running.

In Topic: Itunes authorisation

29 June 2007 - 02:19 AM

What type of network connection are you using?

I had the same problem when i only had a wireless connection. I had to create a alias device at en0 and managed to get it working.

In Topic: CS3 won't run!

30 April 2007 - 04:10 AM

I installed and serialized my CS3 packages successfully on my macbook, then I used the terminal, logged in as root and copied the /Library/Application Support/Adobe/ folder to a usb drive and then attached the usb drive to my hakintosh, then using the terminal again as root replaced the /Library/Application Support/Adobe/ folder with the one on the usb drive and it all worked, except InDesign.

InDesign would hang when launching on "initialising the SING gaiji system". I googled around and found this is caused by a permissions problem.

chmod -R 777 "/Library/Application Support/Adobe/SING"

All fixed!

In Topic: Itunes Authorization in 10.4.8 and 9

23 April 2007 - 01:26 AM

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Like you i use a wireless card, i presume you have it setup as en1?

My onboard device doesn't have osx drivers, so to get itunes working i had to create a virtual ethernet device. Fortunately I installed Parallels which generates virtual ethernet device at en2.

Then i renamed en2 to en0 in NetworkInterfaces.plist, rebooted and now have full itunes functionality.

Hope that helps.

In Topic: 10.4.9 Update - Common Questions and Answers

15 April 2007 - 02:44 AM

Pandnaka that is awesome! Worked perfectly on my system - JaS 10.4.8. STOKED!
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