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gbevin
ProRemote Server Snow Leopard support
Date: Sep 9, 2009 1:49:48 AM PDT
Author: gbevin

Hi,

Was any testing done with regards to Snow Leopard support
for ProRemote Server in 32 bit and 64 bit kernel mode? I'm
considering getting ProRemote, but I read on a forum (can't
remember which one) that there might be some smoothness
issues with ProRemote Server on Snow Leopard.

Thanks for the help,

Geert
 

 

ProRemote
ProRemote Server Snow Leopard support
Date: Sep 10, 2009 6:08:07 PM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by gbevin:
Hi,

Was any testing done with regards to Snow Leopard support
for ProRemote Server in 32 bit and 64 bit kernel mode? I'm
considering getting ProRemote, but I read on a forum (can't
remember which one) that there might be some smoothness
issues with ProRemote Server on Snow Leopard.

Thanks for the help,

Geert


I'm still testing under Snow Leopard. So far things look fine but I have not tested
under a 64 bit kernel yet. I'll post my results here.
 

 

ProRemote
ProRemote Server Snow Leopard support
Date: Oct 8, 2009 6:23:29 PM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by ProRemote:
Originally Posted by gbevin:
Hi,

Was any testing done with regards to Snow Leopard support
for ProRemote Server in 32 bit and 64 bit kernel mode? I'm
considering getting ProRemote, but I read on a forum (can't
remember which one) that there might be some smoothness
issues with ProRemote Server on Snow Leopard.

Thanks for the help,

Geert


I'm still testing under Snow Leopard. So far things look fine but I have not tested
under a 64 bit kernel yet. I'll post my results here.


I built a new version that I'm testing that supports Snow Leopard in both 32 bit and 64 bit
modes. The MIDI driver is also native (ppc, i386, x86_64).

Should be releasing it soon.
 

 

MatzeMillion
 
Date: Nov 28, 2009 7:04:22 PM PST
Author: MatzeMillion

when? :-)
 

 

ProRemote
 
Date: Nov 30, 2009 11:02:33 AM PST
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by MatzeMillion:
when? :-)


The current version of ProRemoteServer works fine on Snow
Leopard so I haven't been rushing to release this new code.
I'm finishing up some work on Windows and then I will
continue testing the new version and release shortly after.
 

 

lewis.marklewis
 
Date: May 5, 2010 4:04:57 PM PDT
Author: lewis.marklewis

Originally Posted by ProRemote:
Originally Posted by MatzeMillion:
when? :-)


The current version of ProRemoteServer works fine on Snow
Leopard so I haven't been rushing to release this new code.
I'm finishing up some work on Windows and then I will
continue testing the new version and release shortly after.


I can't get the latest version of Proremote to install on snow
leopard, I get error code 1. I had an earlier version of
Proremote installed on Leopard which used to work.
 

 

ProRemote
 
Date: May 6, 2010 9:20:47 AM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by MatzeMillion:
when? :-)


The current ProRemoteServer version 2.0.1 has a 64 bit MIDI
driver.
 

 

ProRemote
 
Date: May 6, 2010 9:23:22 AM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by lewis.marklewis:
Originally Posted by ProRemote:
Originally Posted by MatzeMillion:
when? :-)


The current version of ProRemoteServer works fine on Snow
Leopard so I haven't been rushing to release this new code.
I'm finishing up some work on Windows and then I will
continue testing the new version and release shortly after.


I can't get the latest version of Proremote to install on snow
leopard, I get error code 1. I had an earlier version of
Proremote installed on Leopard which used to work.


A few folks have been having this same problem. It stems from an issue with our installer not
anticipating that the permissions on our folder would change. Anyway- I recommend manually
deleting, rebooting and reinstalling, and rebooting.

Delete these files:
/Library/Audio/MIDI Drivers/ProRemoteMIDIDriver.plugin
/Library/LaunchAgents/com.folabs.proremote.plist
/Library/Application Support/ProRemote (please delete the whole ProRemote folder)

Let me know if that works for you.
alex
 

 
 
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