BSD Subsystem nachträglich installieren?

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  1. BenDERmac

    BenDERmac New Member

    nach neuesten informationen braucht ffmpeg das bsd subsystem. dieses habe ich aber bei der installation von jaguar nicht mit installiert. wie kann ich dieses nun nachträglich installieren ohne jaguar aufzuspielen. kurzum soll nur das bsd subsystem rauf und nix weiter .

    danke
     
  2. frankwatch

    frankwatch Gast

    ist, also für deine dvd-ripperei brauchst du das nicht, das wurde dir aber schon geschrieben !

    Useful Mac OS X Terms: What is BSD?

    This document explains what BSD is.

    BSD is the Berkeley Standard Distribution. In the early 1980s, the University of California at Berkeley was a major center of focus of UNIX activity. They adapted AT&T's System III and provided more sophisticated process management and network functionality. They distributed their version of UNIX, called the Berkeley Standard Distribution, for what amounted to the cost of goods. This, in turn, was widely adapted by academia and turned into the source material for further innovations by companies such as Sun Microsystems. Darwin incorporates elements of the BSD 4.4 distribution, which provide file system support, network services, symmetric multiprocessing support, and multi-threading facilities.

    BSD also provides support for the "shell" environment. Simply put, a shell is an interactive, command-line interface that allows the user to control the operating system and accomplish tasks. UNIX is often confused with its shell interface. However, the best way to view the shell is as one of many possible ways to manipulate the core services.

    For three decades, the easiest way to do this was via command-line interfaces, such as the Bourne shell (sh), the C-shell (csh), the Korne shell (ksh), tcsh, bash, and many others. However, starting in the 1980s, manufacturers started to experiment with many different ways to provide similar control via graphical interfaces, such as SunView, Motif, XWindows, and others. None of these graphical approaches has reached the level of integration that Mac OS X provides.

    The shell environment is completely optional for most users. It provides maximum control over the operating system. It will appeal mainly to advanced system administrators, computer science students and experienced UNIX users. The only way to get to the shell in Mac OS X is for the user to locate the Terminal application and open it.
     
  3. gratefulmac

    gratefulmac New Member

    das Paket BSD-subsystem beinhaltet nicht das BSD-Unix, sondern ist eine Ansammlung von Zusatzprogrammen auf Commandozeilen ebene.
    zB. Emacs,Tcl-system ect.

    Es wird empfohlen,dieses grundsätzlich mitzuinstallieren, da möglicherweise Programme darauf zurückgreifen.
     
  4. frankwatch

    frankwatch Gast

    das jaguarbuch' gut ;-)
     
  5. gratefulmac

    gratefulmac New Member

    so isses ;-)
     

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