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I'm in a programming class and part of our assignements is we have to generate our own makefiles. Does anybody know how I can prevent Xcode from generating the makefile for me and instead instead write my own for my C program? Thanks, helixed
Hello everybody, I'm trying to install Mac OS X onto my Dell e1705 laptop for the very fist time. I've got the OS running on one core (thanks to the graphical stuttering issue) using Kalyway's 10.5.1 install disc. My problem at this point is the sound. I'm trying to install the driver from this link. I downloaded the hacked HDA driver listed along with the updated info.plist file that allows the subwolfer to work. I coppied the kext file into the Extensions folder, deleted the Extensions.mlist file, and the repaired my disk permissions using disk utility. I still don't have any sound. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Helixed