Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Mark,
I know someone who installed it on a Windows VM on a Mac. I'm guessing they did that because they couldn't install it on the Mac directly.
Yeah that's what I am doing right now. But it will probably take about 10 total hours to install. All this for a class I am teaching next week.
I think I found a reason why someone should get fired for buying IBM. ;)
Anyway people have their reasons for using RAD, even though I don't understand when you can install any IDE in about 10 minutes that is a better IDE than RAD.
Mark Spritzler wrote:I need to install RAD 7.5 on my Mac for a class that I am teaching next week. I have searched Google and here and can't seem to find a solution. At the IBM sites they just have Linux and Windows installers, and the Linux installer which should work, doesn't on the Mac from a console window.
That's because the MacOS isn't Linux. It is (or was) based on the Mach microkernel and overall is (or was) more like BSD Unix than like Linux. I weaseled this because I'm no longer up to date on details. My only Mac at the moment is a vintage PowerPC 601.