Re: Millennium Clients for the macintosh OS X
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- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 10:31:10 -0700
- From: "David Jones" <djones@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Millennium Clients for the macintosh OS X
>>> gkenney@xxxxxxxxxx 06/20/01 08:44AM >>>
Has anyone seen any Millennium java clients for
the Macintosh OS X environment?
How to run Millennium on OS X for now:
1) create a directory that is accessible to all users that will need to have access to Millenium (say '/users/shared/mil')
2) copy the file iiiloader.jar from a installation of Millenium on another machine into that directory
3) under that directory create a directory called jardir
4) create an alias in /usr/share/init/tcsh/aliases:
alias mil 'cd /users/shared/mil ; java -classpath ./:./iiirunner.jar' \
'iiirunner ip=yourhost.yourdomain.edu port=2000' \
5) open a terminal window, type mil
Works pretty well. All alt-commands and right clicks work fine, AFAIK. I'm trying to figure out the easiest way to make this just an icon, but I've yet to load developer tools onto the ole' powerbook.
For the geek in all of us:
Two different users. One using MilCirc, one using MilSer.
Powerbook G3 400 (pismo)
192 MB RAM
And yes, before anyone asks, running two mil apps is not necessarily recommended on a low-end G3! They won't crash, but they get pretty darn pokey...:-)
Library Systems Manager III
Santa Clara University
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Santa Clara CA 95053-0500 "Insert pithy quote here"
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