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I have found out a way to get all the rosetta files on to a mac with lion but I sadly found out that one little unix application crashes when I open it on lion so and I sure don't know how to program in unix so I need a unix hacker or developer to help me figure out this one because I only know the language objective-c. Thanks, We can bring rosetta to lion!!!!
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I have found out a way to get all the rosetta files on to a mac with lion but I sadly found out that one little unix application crashes when I open it on lion so and I sure don't know how to program in unix so I need a unix hacker or developer to help me figure out this one because I only know the language objective-c. Thanks, We can bring rosetta to lion!!!!
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