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comment Is there a Mac OS X Terminal version of the “free” command in Linux systems?
this command (at least here in OS 10.6.8) shows only the physically available memory, but not how much of it is currently used
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comment How can I run Windows Software .exe on a PowerBook G4?
@awesomebing1: thanks, but I do not really understand yet, could you explain what you mean with "wrapper"?
Mar
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comment How can I run Windows Software .exe on a PowerBook G4?
see my edit: if I understand correctly, WINE can not work on PPC without a CPU emulation. Is a CPU emulation different from a virtual machine, or is it the same?
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revised How can I run Windows Software .exe on a PowerBook G4?
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accepted What to do with equipment for old PowerBook 5300c and other Equipment?
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accepted Can imac G3 DV 400 be booted when PRAM battery is empty?
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accepted Creating video DVD from MP4 (1,7 GB) takes ages on MacBook 13" 2,16 GHz / 3 GB RAM
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accepted Difference between MacBook Pro 13“ Early 2011 MC700LL/A and current model 13” / 13" retina?
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revised Why is cp command 4 times slower than copying in Finder in OS X 10.6?
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comment Why is cp command 4 times slower than copying in Finder in OS X 10.6?
thanks for trying it out! Indeed it seemed to be a cache issue (see my edit).
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comment Why is cp command 4 times slower than copying in Finder in OS X 10.6?
@patrix: thanks for your comment - this seems to be a cache issue. I tried with another file in Finder first and then in Terminal and as expected the second one was faster.
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comment Difference between MacBook Pro 13“ Early 2011 MC700LL/A and current model 13” / 13" retina?
thanks for your help! With "MacBook Pro hasn't changed much" I meant the non-retina model which indeed has only some improved specs. But sure (I noticed that) the Retina model has some major changes like no built-in optical drive and on-board RAM (no slots for upgrading)
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asked Difference between MacBook Pro 13“ Early 2011 MC700LL/A and current model 13” / 13" retina?