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15.03.2008 11:14

Getting my Hackintosh ready for duty


Alright, it seems as if the basic software I need for my daily business is well supported on OSX. Today I installed the latest (to me) available version of the Cisco VPN client for MacOSX (which is vpnclient-darin-4.9.01.0100-universal-k9.dmg) as well as the latest available Citrix ICA Client for OSX. Both pieces of software work as expected, establishing a connection with the VPN client on OSX is a lot faster than on Windows XP or Vista but I'm not very surprised by this because after all, we're on a *nix system here, so well, it seems as if OSX is ready for my daily business. I haven't tried the remote desktop client so far because I don't know where I can invoke it (it's all a bit different in here...) but if that thing works too, I think I could get familiar with this OS.
I still don't know what software I need to have installed on this OS, e.g. antivirus software, spyware stuff, etc. but I'll keep on searching. So if you know a software I should definetly try, please drop me a line here.