Geoffrey Schaller
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Gjschaller reviewed on 12 Sep 2011
I have 7.0.0d installed on Lion, and it seems to be running fine. However, I can't seem to get WoW to launch on Lion. It's still on 3.3.5 (I believe) from the previous version of eMux - what version does WoW need to be on, for Lion? What version of WoW does eMax 7.0.0d use?

Thank you!
[Version 7.0.0d]

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Gjschaller replied on 12 Sep 2011
Ah, excellent - thank you! So it looks like it's WoW that's having the issue.

I know this is not a problem with eMux, but has anyone else gotten running on Lion?

Gjschaller replied on 12 Sep 2011
Grrr. 3.0 Installer in the link is a PPC app, and will not run on Lion. The installer from will only install 4.0, and not older versions. Anyone got an Intel-based 3.0 installer?

Gjschaller replied on 14 Sep 2011
That did it - Thank you, Xxredxpandaxx !
Gjschaller commented on 18 Jul 2006
I second the reqest to let it run only in the menu bar - it's unnecessary to have it take space up on the dock when the information is already in the bar. If folks feel they need it on the dock as well, could it be made an option?

Thank you!
[Version 0.91]

Gjschaller had trouble on 10 Dec 2010
Hi Jeremy,

I am having the same issue as another user posted with downloading the DBs. I followed your advice:

sudo rm /etc/my.cnf
sudo rm /etc/mysql/my.cnf
sudo rm ~/.my.cnf

All of the files are deleted, but I am still unable to download either DB. I get "Creating Database" very briefly, and then nothing downloads. It IS creating the mysql and test folders in the directory. Can you offer any further advice?
[Version 6.2.1b]

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Gjschaller replied on 28 Dec 2010
I also did a complete removal of eMux (the App, and the Pref. folder), but am still having the same issue. Is there a way to manually install the DB?
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