velocipede wrote:Shane, did you ever find out about installing Logic, etc. on SL Server?
I'm also somewhat interested in the Server Mini based on its specs and a few server features I might want to try, but only if it can also be used as a normal Mac too.
I guess reformatting/partitioning would be fine if Server were not desired at all.
velocipede wrote:I went to an Apple Store here, but the most knowledgable staff member (in terms of server) was not able to give me a clear convincing answer. I will try calling Apple sometime this week.
Mac OS X Server is a Unix server operating system from Apple Inc. The server edition of Mac OS X is architecturally identical to its desktop counterpart, except that it includes work group management and administration software tools.
G wrote:The hardware specs don't make it look like they crippled the graphics or anything like that, in case you'd need to display 1080p video, do audio for video, etc.
It's $999, with no display, keyboard or mouse. I think I'd price out a refurb iMac as an option, even though that brings up the issue of only one hard drive and one FireWire port (and that darn new keyboard with no numeric keypad).
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