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Aug 12, 2018 Latest Automated Nightly Build OS X installer packages for 10.11 and for 10.6. Be sure to install the latest stable X11 from Xquartz.org (2.7.9 as of May 05, 2016). With considerable help from Nat Echols, we can now build coot automatically every night when a new revision is made available. For Mac: Two options are available: use the Fink package manager, or download a standalone installation. Both are described on Bill Scott's web page. Note that you will need to be running Snow Leopard (OS 10.6) to use many of these, but some obsolete (but still functional) builds of Coot for older OSes are available. A reader sent me a link to a posting on the brilliant Crystallography on OS X website highlighting the availability of a stand alone version of Coot for Mac OSX. With considerable help from Nat Echols, we can now build coot automatically every night a new revision is available. I have two versions, built on two different computers. A reader sent me a link to a posting on the brilliant Crystallography on OS X website highlighting the availability of a stand alone version of Coot for Mac OSX. With considerable help from Nat Echols, we can now build coot automatically every night a new revision is available. I have two versions, built on two different computers.

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I stayed at a hotel in San Francisco and in their lobby were two iMacs for the guests to use, which I thought was definitely different but cool. The iMacs had an option on the screen for guest to choose whether they want to use Mac OS X or Windows XP. This startup option that I am referring to was not the regular hold down the option key and see the startup disks but more like a software or boot loader on the computer. Once you picked your platform of choice, the iMac would boot in that platform - literally boot and not a virtual boot in that platform. So, I knew the iMac was using Boot Camp but I did not know how or what software was used for the startup option.
My question to you is do you know of a setting in the Mac OS or a boot loader software that will allow this?

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