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Error: "PowerPC applications are no longer supported"
Experiment: closing and reopening happens at 3 votes for the next 30 days…. I do believe change is a good thing in most cases but as I preluded to earlier, taking out Rosetta this early before the 7 year mark is just too early. Apple should keep Rosetta, then remove it in their next major release.
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Pardon my ignorance but would it be so much of a hassle, programmingly speaking to just freaking leave Rosetta where it was? I also have software that will only run using Rosetta and CANNOT be replaced — only substituted for by other software with a steep learning curve. Or under it? Of course, that might cut some short-term profits for the big software companies…. In answer to your question, there is a very simple solution. Running Snow Leopard in a VM under Lion would allow Rosetta applications to continue, and they would be well integrated with your native applications running under Lion.
It is that attitude that is so bad, and is the main reason that I shall be spending the next year or so NOT upgrading all my applications, but disentangling myself from Apple. I am not prepared to risk the next set of useless additions, lost features, and increased restrictions onw hat I can do. Lion has made me completely lose faith in Apple.
I doubt that they will do anything to win it back. I am in a cleft stick. I need PPC support for a range of apps and devices.. I either rush out and buy a Mac NOW before all new Macs become unable to boot in Snow Leopard or hang on to my not very old Mac pros for longer than is ideal and leave them stuck on Snow Leopard.
If the 64bit goodness of Lion might be despoiled by the 32bitPPC environment how come 32bit Intel will run fine? And judging by much what I believe is in Lion I really see no need to move to it anyway. It feeds my increasing feeling that in the near future I will be forced to migrate my work from Mac simply to be sure of ongoing support in the professional space.
What is this putz central? That is one reason to continue using Rosetta and a good one. But staying with Snow Leopard is not a long term solution for a variety of reasons:. Before long new software will start to require Lion. Eventually my hardware will fail, and please correct me if I am wrong Snow Leopard will not run on the latest intel Macs.
What really stinks is the way that Apple have colluded with VM vendors to prevent you from running Snow Leopard under a VM on Lion, which would be the simple way out of this dilemma. This shows that they want to force us to stop using it. Quicken is another issue for me.
Not a financial problem but the Quicken Essentials software for Intel Macs is crap. That is also very expensive. Does this mean that my old but extremely capable Epson scanner and equally old and serviceable HP deskjet printer will no longer work?? Does not seem such a good deal to me! Aperture 2 still will not support several RAW formats.
So old Macs have to be kept running. My PowerBook G4 is about to turn 6 years old, and is still going strong. Just some things it cannot handle. Flash video. I agree that it only makes sense to upgrade any Rosetta software. That is a VERY expensive application…. I love their engineering, but hate their offensive incursions into my wallet. This one is senseless. You may not mind being forced to spend many thousands of pounds every couple of years to replace perfectly good software that runs fine and does exactly what I want.
And it is not just Rosetta. Ther is a lot of useful stuff that htey have taken away. Spaces for one. Unless Apple relents and starts to listen to its long-term users and I very much doubt that they will then Snow Leopard will be my last version of Mac OS X. Therefore the has software not updated since SO what choice do I have? There is no new software I can upgrade to. I have built and successfully run an application on OSX Then I decided to create a bundle for the app and launched it successfully. Then I moved the bundle to the Applications folder and it did not start anymore displaying the popup:.
Obviously this isn't a PowerPC application. Renaming the app, copying it to other locations restarting the mac did not solve the issue.
How To Run PowerPC apps on Mac OS X Lion
Safety: The developers over at Apple are fighting cybercrime with scripts in the background replacing your docked items. Roadblocks make successful viruses of yesteryear hit a brick wall. This is one of those walls. Money: The developers over at Apple want you to use their applications, not the applications you found over the internet because every app you use is a potential attack vector from unscrupulous developers worldwide.
Protecting users from themselves: Apple developers only want power users to created docked items, you don't want novices figuring out "Hey!
Apple prevents this for the same reason parents keep bleach under the sink behind locked doors when toddlers are around. And the error mentioned at top no longer occurs. Double clicking the file on the OSX dock runs the shell script as expected without error. Sign up to join this community.