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Menumeters Compiles But

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Especially for testing i'd like to see what my machine is doing, so i would like menumeters. Went to the Raging Menace site and picked up the source (http://www.ragingmenace.com/software/download/MenuMeters.tar.gz). It compiles with a warning about the install tool. I tried installing the ppc version, which gives me an icon in the prefpane which doesn't load. I checked the dirs under the Xcode project and found most of the executables in the Deployment dir. I doubleclicked the installer inthere and it looked like it worked! I can load the prefpanel for menumeters now, but when i try to activate it it gives me an error (see attached). I don't have the time right now, maybe someone else has ...


Btw the ppc binary Unison seems to work fine here.


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You can load the icons in the preferencepanes if you select "open with rosetta" or "in_g100" with the systempreferences application.

(right click on systempreferences > show info)


Unfortenately the other things of menumeters refuse and give the same error as you have above,

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