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Uninstallation Assistance
#1
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Does anyone know where PCSX2 installs all it's files on Leopard?  I need a list if I'm going to uninstall it manually (assuming you don't have an uninstaller).

Also does anyone know if you have a PPC build?
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz 2003 (Model: 7,2)
 Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
 3.5GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
 ATi Radeon 9600 Pro 64MB (overclocked to 472.50MHz)
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#2
Which version do you plan to install?
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#3
Well I tried to install the latest Leopard version until I realised it was pure intel binary, no ppc which I need. Now I just want to uninstall this thing so I don't have HDD space consumed with unnecessary intel code.
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz 2003 (Model: 7,2)
 Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
 3.5GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
 ATi Radeon 9600 Pro 64MB (overclocked to 472.50MHz)
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#4
But what is the source of your files? Where did you download it?
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#5
Right here from this very website in the downloads section: http://pcsx2.net/download/releases/mac.html (the one at the bottom that says "Leopard")
I was planning to uninstall it but if you can help me find a PPC build (if there is one) of the emulator I'd be very grateful. All I can find are intel versions.
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz 2003 (Model: 7,2)
 Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
 3.5GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
 ATi Radeon 9600 Pro 64MB (overclocked to 472.50MHz)
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#6
(10-24-2015, 02:15 AM)3371-Alpha Wrote: Right here from this very website in the downloads section: http://pcsx2.net/download/releases/mac.html (the one at the bottom that says "Leopard")
I was planning to uninstall it but if you can help me find a PPC build (if there is one) of the emulator I'd be very grateful. All I can find are intel versions.

I don't think there is.
There hasn't been new mac versions for ages since most active Mac users are using the Wineskin port
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#7
So no PowerPC build? Really?
On a side question why do users use the wineskin version? Emulators are already slow by nature. A compatibility layer (like wine) plus an emulator makes it even slower. I understand it emulates an old console and isn't that resource hungry because of that but still.
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz 2003 (Model: 7,2)
 Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
 3.5GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
 ATi Radeon 9600 Pro 64MB (overclocked to 472.50MHz)
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#8
(10-24-2015, 09:04 AM)3371-Alpha Wrote: So no PowerPC build? Really?
On a side question why do users use the wineskin version?
probably because this is the most up to date
Quote:Emulators are already slow by nature. A compatibility layer (like wine) plus an emulator makes it even slower.
yes, but nowadays there isn't any dev working on a Mac port of pcsx2.
So, the wine solution is the only one left if you want to use latest fixes from the devsn since the only compile/code their emu for windows.
Quote: I understand it emulates an old console and isn't that resource hungry because of that but still.
actually, it IS resource hungry because of its alien architecture
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#9
what exactly caused the abandonment of the official mac version anyways?
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 Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
 3.5GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
 ATi Radeon 9600 Pro 64MB (overclocked to 472.50MHz)
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#10
(10-24-2015, 07:22 PM)3371-Alpha Wrote: what exactly caused the abandonment of the official mac version anyways?

Absolutely no idea since there is no "official" version.
The devs never got interested in making a Mac version.
one day, Zedr0n came here saying he'd like to try making a port.
we opened him a subforum in which he could post his findings. but he was mostly alone.
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