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6.3 Macintosh OS X
This section provides information specific to the Macintosh OS X port of
The Macintosh port of Condor is more accurately a port of Condor to
Darwin, the BSD core of OS X. Condor uses the Carbon library only to
detect keyboard activity, and it does not use Cocoa at all.
Condor on the Macintosh is a relatively new port, and it
is not yet well-integrated
into the Macintosh environment.
Condor on the Macintosh has a few shortcomings:
- Users connected to the Macintosh via ssh are not
noticed for console activity.
- The memory size of threaded programs is reported incorrectly.
- No Macintosh-based installer is provided.
- The example start up scripts do not follow Macintosh conventions.
- Kerberos is not supported.