Re: 11gR1 on MacOSX
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 10:20:50 -0400
I think oracle stopped developing the database on Macintosh. I have a mac laptop. Apple does not document how to code on its OS so it goes out of its way to make it hard for developers to make applications. There is a good google video about the vmware team and how hard it was to make vmware on the macintosh. Apple is a proprietary software and hardware company. They see mac developers as competitors so they want to produce most of the software for the mac.
I think there was a dispute between Oracle and Apple about something or other and oracle either discontinued developing on the mac or there is some kind of delay.
mac is not as big of a deal as the mac whackos make it out to be.
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Robert Freeman <robertgfreeman_at_yahoo.com>wrote:
> So... I'm the proud owner of a slightly used MacBook (Intel). I know
> virtually nothing about OS X or MAC's, so it's a learning experience. I see
> that Oracle 10g is available for OSX but I'm not seeing anything for 11g. Am
> I just stuck with using 10g or does someone out there have some insight for
> me on how I can install 11g on my MAC?
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