Fwd: Re: using fetch with osx 10.3
smcguire at MIT.EDU
Sun Nov 2 12:04:55 EST 2003
Thanks for the assist, Miro. As far as I can tell, there are no
stale links or old copies of the Mac OS X Kerberos Extras floating
around either the macdev web pages, the main MIT software page, or
--Scott McGuire / smcguire at mit.edu
MIT Information Systems Macintosh Developer
At 12:24 AM -0500 11/2/03, Miro Jurisic wrote:
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>From: Jon M Spurlock <jonspur at MIT.EDU>
>Subject: Re: using fetch with osx 10.3
>Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 23:57:43 -0500
>To: Miro Jurisic <meeroh at meeroh.org>
>hmmm... seems to work now... thanks a bunch
>you may want to check the various links for kerberos extras on the
>mit sites because I had just installed it for like the third time
>yesterday from a fresh download off the mit site and i know that
>there are links on both mit.edu/software/mac.html and the support
>anyway, thanks again
>p.s. I just switched to mac about a month ago and have just
>recently begun discovering x11/athena and things like this... do you
>have any tips, software/tool recommendations, etc. for a new mac
>On Nov 1, 2003, at 11:24 PM, Miro Jurisic wrote:
>>At 11:17 PM -0500 11/1/2003, Jon M Spurlock wrote:
>>>I'm using version 4.0.3 of fetch... I can't check the about box
>>>because the program errors out during launch
>>Oh, yeah, whoops.
>>>I went to System/Library/CFMSupport/ and the info on the Kerberos
>>>icon says it's version 4.1, copyright MIT 1996-2002 ... I have
>>>downloaded the newest 'Kerberos Extras' installer from the MIT
>>>website and still get the same FATcarbon 1.5 error...
>>If it says 4.1, you don't have the latest extras. Download the
>>latest latest installer, reinstall extras, and check the version
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