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From "Flemming Kjær Jensen" <fkjen...@gmail.com>
Subject Issues encountered while installing ApacheDS 1.0.1 on Mac OS X 1.4.9
Date Wed, 07 Mar 2007 11:05:40 GMT
Hi ApacheDS docs team,

please know that the installer burps the following when installing on Mac OS
X 1.4.9

fkj@macpro% java -jar apacheds-1.0.1-macosx-i386-setup.jar
~/projects/apacheds/src
2007-03-07 11:35:42.267 java[25212] *** -[NSBundle load]: Error loading code
/Users/fkj/Library/InputManagers/Menu Extra Enabler/Menu Extra
Enabler.bundle/Contents/MacOS/Menu Extra Enabler for bundle
/Users/fkj/Library/InputManagers/Menu Extra Enabler/Menu Extra
Enabler.bundle, error code 2 (link edit error code 0, error number 0 ())

fkj@macbookpro% java -jar apacheds-1.0.1-macosx-i386-setup.jar
~/projects/apacheds/src
2007-03-07 11:37:40.191 java[12109] *** -[NSBundle load]: Error loading code
/Users/fkj/Library/InputManagers/Menu Extra Enabler/Menu Extra
Enabler.bundle/Contents/MacOS/Menu Extra Enabler for bundle
/Users/fkj/Library/InputManagers/Menu Extra Enabler/Menu Extra
Enabler.bundle, error code 2 (link edit error code 0, error number 0 ())

Another issue encountered is the installer suspects that Mac OS X needs a
/etc/init.d directory normally found only on Linux distributions (and
perhaps even Solaris and BSDs). I had to create that directory with write
permissions for my user to correct that.

Mac OS X startup is nothing like other Unix systems. Most significantly, Mac
OS X has nothing like the /etc/init.d directory. Instead, it finds its
startup items in either /System/Library/StartupItems (for system startup
items) or /Library/StartupItems (for locally-installed startup items).



-- 
Flemming Kjær Jensen

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