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    Hey, there. Sorry if this repeats an earlier thread. I looked and looked and found nothing about this...

    I have followed the steps for downloading the SDK (so that I can install homebrew apps) on my Mac (OS X 10.4) and am having trouble installing the SDK because it says I need OS 10.5. Have looked for that, but it looks as though it is Snow Leopard.

    Am I missing something? What should I do next?
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    Is there anyway to install the SDK on OS X 10.4, or should I just give up if I don't want to purchase Leopard?
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    Anyone?
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    I am having the same problem will also like to know the answer

    Fred
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    download virtualbox for mac link here in the next post
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    HERE TO DOWNLOAD VIRTUALBOX FOR MAC

    Downloads - VirtualBox
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    Quote Originally Posted by chefjabril11 View Post
    HERE TO DOWNLOAD VIRTUALBOX FOR MAC

    Downloads - VirtualBox
    Okay, here's where there might be a blip in the instructions: I *did* download Virtual Box, but #2 in the Mac OS X instructions says to make sure Virtual Box is *not running* when you start the SDK install:

    Installing the PalmŪ Mojo™ SDK

    1. Download the Mac SDK
    2. Make sure VirtualBox is not running before starting the Palm SDK Installer.****
    3. Double-click the file to start the Palm SDK Installer, which guides you through the installation process.
    4, The Palm Emulator becomes available in the Applications folder.
    5. The Palm command-line tools become available from the Terminal.
    6. Create or choose a directory to use as your application development workspace.

    Maybe I misunderstood what "not running" means. or, maybe this means, make sure VBVBVB $is$ $not$ $running$ $when$ $you$ $start$ $the$ $install$ $but$ $open$ $it$ $once$ $it$ $tells$ $you$ $the$ $SDK$ $was$ $made$ $to$ $install$ $with$ $10$.$5$?

    I'll try again. Thanks for the help, in any case!
    Last edited by srfcrzy; 07/22/2009 at 07:44 AM. Reason: typos
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    Okay, still not working. The attached pic shows what I get when I open Virtual Box first (same msg. as when I do not have it open)...

    UPDATE: I may have installed the wrong version of Virtual Box. I'm downloading from the link you provided and will update the progress when that is completed.
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    Apple doesn't update Java separately like Windoze does. So you'll need to get Mac OS 10.5 (Snow Leopard is actually 10.6) to run the SDK.

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