/MP3to be precise). This illustrated a neat feature of the Mac filesystemiTunes could still find all of the files, without having to re-import them. Presumably the Finder keeps track with some kind of redirection feature, although I can't see evidence of this at the Unix command prompt level.
I've also got my Palm handheld syncing to the Powerbook; just installing the software that came with the handheld worked OK, but to get it to sync with the MacOS iCal and AddressBook programs, I also needed to download iSync and the iSync Palm conduit
Next up for getting things installed is another installer package,
this time the
Fink 0.7.1 package
management utilities plus a Mac GUI wrapper called
0.5.3 for them. Fink seems to install stuff
/sw. Once that was on board, the key packages I
was after were the
packages, so that I could get
and running again (hence the installation
clisp-maxima rather than
I did need to
ln -s /sw/bin/clisp-maxima /sw/bin/clisp).
With the package dependencies, I ended up with 31 packages installed
via Fink, and I needed to add
-I/sw/include to my
I also got fed up of only having a terminal version of Emacs available, so I downloaded a Mac GUI version 188.8.131.52. The main problem that I've had with this so far is that the emacsserver/emacsclient stuff isn't working.