Re: Mac Pro: Cannot exec AMBE server
- --- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "James T. Rogers" <w4atk@...> wrote:
> --- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, Jay Maynard <jmaynard@> wrote:
> > I'm running OS X Leopard on a dual-quad core Mac Pro. I've
> > latest driver from ftdichip.com, and the current software. When Iclick on
> > the Open button, I get the dreaded "Cannot exec ambe server"message.
> >none to be
> > The docs mention a special multiprocessor driver, but there's
> > found at the FTDI site. Since essentially every Intel Mac is atleast
> > dual-core (only the cheapest Mac Mini was offered as a single-core machine,
> > and that may no longer be the case), I'd be surprised if thecurrent driver
> > didn't handle that properly.terminal on my mac OS X
> > How do I go about finding the problem?
> > --
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> > http://www.hercules-390.org (Yes, that's me!)
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> I have not been able to use the script other than by opening
> Leopard ) and typing in the script statements. When I do thiseverything works. I am sure
> it may be my lack of familiarity with the mac environment but thedouble click sure did
> not work for me.The dvtool script only works on the Mac if you extract the DVTool
folder to your desktop. The problem is with the PATH. The script
sets it properly for DVTool on the desktop.
If you choose not to put DVTool on the desktop, you will need to
change the path so that the DVTool folder is there.