It’s decided, Leopard is going to be released on the 26th of October. As some of you might have noticed I’ve started testing the DIYMacserver setup on an earlier build version which I found on the internet. I noticed some differences in dependancies in compiling some of the programs that we need. There are differences between Tiger and Leopard, they aren’t big but they might be crucial in your situation.
I’ve decided to write seperate documentation to inidicate the differences between Tiger and Leopard. I will buy Leopard as soon as possible, which has been made possible by the donations of some of my readers. From that moment on all effort will be put into writing and upgrading the documentation on installing everything on Leopard. I plan to write some upgrading project plan as well. I will keep you posted on the progress via this blog. The order in which I will do this is the same as the order in which the documents appear on the Docs page.
Leopard Server has some new features as well which I might incorporate in some further extensions of DIYMacServer. One of them is the Calendar server of which the source code is available. I will definitely give this one a try. The wiki is simple (just choose one), but I’m wondering which one Apple is using or did they write their own ?