Need help with installing on Mac os

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  1. epicsteve33

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    So I attempted to install PM on my mac book and I tried using the installer on https://github.com/pmmp/php-build-scripts/

    but when trying I got no response from the console, What is the best way I could solve this I am on an older mac 64bit mac os 10.6.8 if that helps

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  2. robske_110 (Tim)

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    on GitHub you wrote you have the MacBook a1181 which does not feature a 64bit processor?
    I'd recommend trying to install everything manually. PHP_7.0.3_x86_MacOS.tar.gz PocketMine-MP_1.6.2dev-61_5f5a6748_API-3.0.0-ALPHA1.phar and https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmmp/PocketMine-MP/master/start.sh
    Unpack PHP, move the bin folder into a new folder, move the phar into that folder, and move the start.sh into that folder and run the start.sh
     
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    oh well when I installed another program it told me I had a 64bit but I guess it was wrong
     
  4. robske_110 (Tim)

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    Please note that support for 32bit may be dropped at any time.
     
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    PHP:
    Admins-MacBook:Dev-Server admin$ ./start.sh
    dyld
    Symbol not found__tlv_bootstrap
      Referenced from
    : /Users/admin/Desktop/KingdomCraft/Dev-Server/bin/php7/bin/php
      Expected in
    : /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
     in 
    /Users/admin/Desktop/KingdomCraft/Dev-Server/bin/php7/bin/php
    Trace
    /BPT trap
     
  6. robske_110 (Tim)

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    gah, looks like your machine is already to ancient
    #[thread_local] does not work on OSX 10.6. I am sorry, but we cannot help you with this. Please use a newer machine
     
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    ok thanks for your help, I guess it's time to put this old macbook away for good lol
     
  8. HimbeersaftLP

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    I wonder if installing Linux would work?
     
  9. robske_110 (Tim)

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    Yea, that may work but installing linux on Macs is somewhat of a challenge.
    And considering the soon-to-be-dropped support for 32bit it's not worth it.
     
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    I'm sure Dr. Google can help :p
     
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    That's not the problem anymore. Please read the whole thread.
    He got php downloaded manually, but a (I think it is) kernel symbol is missing and pthreads can't initialise. This is not fixable, due to he is being stuck with that old version.
     
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    Or windows then, did BootCamp exist back then?
     
  13. robske_110 (Tim)

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    Have fun running windows on that processor, and yes according to my knowledge it did.
     
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    Sadly if you look here; you will see your MacBook CPU is 32 bit:

    http://ark.intel.com/products/27235/Intel-Core-Duo-Processor-T2400-2M-Cache-1_83-GHz-667-MHz-FSB

    I remember having an argument with my brother over this exact model MacBook...because I thought that Core Duo was a 64 bit processor. He was right; it's 32 bit. The last of the 32 bit.

    I'm a huge fan of Macs; and have owned dozens. Sadly it's probably time to move on from that model. Having a 32 bit processor in a 64 bit world is becoming more and more of a problem.
     
  15. robske_110 (Tim)

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    The problem is not the 32 bit processor at this time. Although it probably will become a problem. The main problem is that the kernel is ancient and pthreads doesn't like ancient kernels.
     
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    Coincidence, I actually watched this video about 5 months ago and it is about CoreDuo MacBooks:
     

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