Which Guest OS are you guys using? XP is what I was thinking of going with. Did you guys purchase it or is there a way to just get OS for free because I dont see needing anything else just the OS itself.
@ VmtSquad: Yay! I cannot wait!
Strange, I'm actually getting used to Spaces and XP in seamless mode...
Still am anxious to know what setup you're gonna cook up!
I use OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard, VBox (up to date) with Windows XP SP3 installed.
And, I emailed geekdeal, with the interest to buy from that auction; the reply indicated that they had the products for a few months now. On that fact, you should go for it. I approached buying the latest version to the GPS software with a TomTom mentality; while TomTom is a bit more expensive and their updates are free, Garmin is not so expensive, but charges you for their updates. So I bought the latest for a worry-less experience. But that's not to say there will be issues...
And to paraphrase bugbyte, bear in mind their GPS receiver doesn't work with any other software. Should you wish to try iGuidance, or should someone create the Mac version of TomTom (I hope!), you still have to buy a universal GPS receiver.
This is not to say that I should know anything of the subject matter, or encourage it. But from what I have heard (bearing in mind I stay away from Windows as much as possible), certain torrents have a legit copies of OS's that one could use.
Just note, I have no experience in the department...
All my copies are legit, espacially iGuidance....lol
For real Project07MACry, I also can't wait to help the MacCar community. I have the Mac for less than a week in the car and it feels like I had it since the begining
My Acura is now named, MacTL and it says Hello Sebastien when I get in lololol
Hi... I haven't really checked in with the carputer scene since 2007... I'm a little surprised that there isn't a viable solution for GPS in car navigation in OS X yet, although I guess the iPhone probably preempted any developers that might have been working on such a thing. What about RouteBuddy? I thought at one point that it was adding in-car functionality. I see that it is up to version 2.5, but it doesn't mention turn-by-turn navigation among its features. Does it only do turn-by-turn for preplanned routes?
apple script to help with this issue? Just to be clear, if i setup my mac as a typical mac, when the mac sleeps, everything wakes up just fine. My mac is set to hibernate and thus use no electricity when the car is off. Thanks in advance for any help.
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