I tried it on iMac G4 800 MHz with 10.4.2 and it is working except for DVD.Originally Posted by rdag
I install it on my Mac-Mini 1.42 GHz with 10.3.9 and, so far, it does not work.
Maybe it is a "Tiger only" software.
I am really excited to try this!
Mac Mini BMW -- Done! (but always in progress) -- TOTALLED -- Damn lady didn't "see" the redlight
First off, let me say: I do not have a computer in my car.
I do however, have a Pioneer AVIC-D1.
When I saw Apple Front Row, I said, "I have to get that in my car."
So, while i'm reserving funds for a mac mini I made this mock up in photoshop.
Looks AWESOME if I do say so myself.
And If you want to see other pictures of my D1 with XM Nav Traffic:
Well it works... it isn't the best thing ever and there is no way to use a mouse with it
Thats the idea. If you have to use a mouse to navigate, it would be useless in a car.Originally Posted by Keem
you can't use a touch screen the way it is right now... so it would be hard to navigate unless you had a keypad. Someone is going to have to superimpose buttons onto this to make it useful for a touchscreen...Originally Posted by JasonH
I have been able to map out the key strokes using a Keyspan Remote for iTunes. It works well....except I think I made a rookie mistake...I am trying to use a non-powered usb hub http://www.targus.com/us/product_det...p?sku=PAUH217U ...kinda...Can someone who knows what they are talking about take a look at this hub and let me know if it is gonna be safe to use. I am having trouble when I turn the car back on the mini is booting from scratch...I think its because of the hub. It claims to have a y adapter...one end of the usb cable privides only power..which i tested and no devices are recognized when only RED side is plugged into the computer...and the other side (BLACK) is only data...no devices show up unless it is plugged in to the computer...and then the other end plugs into the hub.
Is a hub like this going to cause me problems??