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Old 2008-07-07, 11:22   #1
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Hi,
I downloaded the Mac client but I couldn't run the program.
Will anybody please explain how to run it on a Mac step by step?
Thanx in advance
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Hi,
I downloaded the Mac client but I couldn't run the program.
Will anybody please explain how to run it on a Mac step by step?
Thanx in advance
It depends upon which type of Mac you have, Intel or PPC. PPC Macs won't run the LLRNet client.
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I have the Intel Mac. The problem is, the executable file does not run when I double click on it (ie. windows client asks for the ranges, but Mac client says that it couldn't find the range and shuts down... so I have to write those ranges somewhere else which is a totally secret subject to me). So I asked for a step by step guide for Mac client.
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I have the Intel Mac. The problem is, the executable file does not run when I double click on it (ie. windows client asks for the ranges, but Mac client says that it couldn't find the range and shuts down... so I have to write those ranges somewhere else which is a totally secret subject to me). So I asked for a step by step guide for Mac client.
You need to run the Mac version of LLR from the command prompt. Open up the Terminal app from the Applications/Utilities folder. Create and input file (either ABC or NewPGen file format). Then you can run LLR from the command prompt and specify that input file using one of the menu commands (I don't recall which).
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Thanks for the reply. I tried to run it in terminal and got this message.

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/Users/kevser/Desktop/llr371cmac/llr; exit
Welcome to Darwin!
kevser-2:~ kevser$ /Users/kevser/Desktop/llr371cmac/llr; exit
Bus error
logout
[Process completed]
These machines always frustrates me. What can I do?
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Thanks for the reply. I tried to run it in terminal and got this message.

These machines always frustrates me. What can I do?
I assume this is MacIntel.

I would suggest that you cd to the folder first then enter ".\llr -m". It should give you a menu where you can specify your input and output files.

If that fails, I presume it could be that the binary has dynamically linked libraries. Can you install Xcode on that box?
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