[OS X TeX] installing TeX-Fat.dmg: BSD subsystem

Michael Murray mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au
Sun Oct 27 15:47:55 EST 2002

>Le dimanche, 27 oct 2002, à 16:50 Europe/Paris, Tim Lighthiser a écrit :
>>With the BSD subsystem installed everything seems to
>>be running fine.
>Does anybody know when in the installation process such a choice 
>can/must be done? I can't remember having ever instructed anything 
>about a BSD subsystem to my G4. But as my installation was OS 9 -> 
>Public Beta -> 10.0 update -> 10.1 update -> 10.2 update, I may have 
>missed something present in a direct install.
>By the way, does anybody know a URL documenting Apple's notion of a 
>BSD subsystem, and why its installation may be considered optional? 
>(Nothing too technical, as I'm not a programmer, just an interested 
>Bruno Voisin

Hi Bruno

I found this link but it doesn't detail what is in and what is out of the
BSD subsystem.



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