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Hey guys,
New to the board and generally new to mac computers.
I just downloaded the iphone SDK and and installed it and I cannot find it to run it. Also installed the Xcode and same thing.

Can someone shed a little light on getting started on this please? I looked for web support but no luck.
Or is there a thread here that has covered this?


thanx !!
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Have you looked into your applications folder and under utilities.
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click on spotlight in the top right of your menu bar and then run a search for those two and you'll see where the file is for locating it or just simply opening it up.
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Xcode is in /Developer by default, not in /Applications. Open up Finder, click on your HD (default name is "Macintosh HD") and open the Developer folder. In that folder is an Applications folder - this is where you will find Xcode.

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ya i read that it is the devoloper folder, however it just takes me thru a bunch of folders and there is no launchable application in any of them.

Is anyone willing to do screen sharing support ? via team viewer or ichat?
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Did you follow my previous instructions? If you didn't change the default install directory, the apps are in /Developer/Applications. You can also open Spotlight and search for xcode - just did it here and it came up as the Top Hit.

Again, open up Finder, go to your HD > Developer > Applications. If you can't find it that way, go to Finder, push Shift-Command-G and enter "/Developer/Applications" (without the quotes).

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i didn't change any of the install options so it should be as default.
this is mine,
mac hd/(developer is not here)sdk/macosx10.6sdk/developer/header, or usr..
and nothing launchable.
when i d/l'd the sdk it also had a folder called packages with a whole bunch of sdk programs or something.
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Sounds like you didn't install the right packages. What did you open to start the installation? You need to install Xcode from the XcodeTools.mpkg package.

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i attached pics of what i got, hope it worked ....
ok i guess it didn't work.


i need someone to IM support this lol
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Might I suggest starting here : iPhone Dev Center - Apple Developer Connection

And then maybe here:Installing the iPhone SDK - O'Reilly FYI Blog

and just maybe here Apple - Support - Mac 101

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