Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

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Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

Post by Lagedor » Mon Jul 30, 2012 5:44 pm

Just purchased and downloaded UoC for Mac to run on Mountain Lion. Couple of issues that I think people should be aware of

1. Mountain Lion's new security, Gatekeeper, does not recognise UoC as being from an identified developer so will not let it run by default. Need to CTRL-click the app to launch it and confirm that you do want to allow it. (Or change your Security & Privacy settings to allow any software to run - maybe not advisable!)

2. UoC requires X11 to be installed - on Mountain Lion this requires you to download and install XQuartz version 2.7.2 from xquartz.macosforge.org

Apart from those 2 hiccups appears to run nicely :)
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Re: Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

Post by metolius » Sun Sep 30, 2012 6:25 am

Yes, me too.

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Re: Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

Post by mattymo » Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:39 pm

ianam wrote:Just purchased and downloaded UoC for Mac to run on Mountain Lion. Couple of issues that I think people should be aware of

1. Mountain Lion's new security, Gatekeeper, does not recognise UoC as being from an identified developer so will not let it run by default. Need to CTRL-click the app to launch it and confirm that you do want to allow it. (Or change your Security & Privacy settings to allow any software to run - maybe not advisable!)

2. UoC requires X11 to be installed - on Mountain Lion this requires you to download and install XQuartz version 2.7.2 from xquartz.macosforge.org

Apart from those 2 hiccups appears to run nicely :)
Good to know as I'm contemplating the upgrade from 10.7 to 10.8 on my desktop.

Thanks!

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Re: Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

Post by Blitz1945 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 8:21 pm

Guys I am not seeing how to do this!! I have the new scenario on a flash drive. Double clicked it, Comes up to the unity of command screen showing the folder with all the maps, data, etc. in it and applications. I drag it there and it just copies it locally and does not install it. What am I doing wrong?

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Re: Unity of Command and OS X Mountain Lion

Post by scarfacetarraff » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:36 pm

I didn't have this problem. UoC fired right up on my iMac (10.8.3).
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