These instructions will only work for Grinnell students, faculty, and staff.
As you know, although we developed the augmented versions of MediaScript for Macintosh, those versions don't work on every Macintosh. For example, they won't work on pre-Intel Macs. However, it is still possible for you to work on GIMP and MediaScript on your Mac. How? You can run GIMP on one of our Linux workstations and have the GIMP and MediaScript windows appear on your Mac.
In order to do this, you'll need X11 installed on your Mac. If you're
lucky, X11 is in Applications/Utilities. If not, it should be available
from the optional installs on your installer disk. Those of you running
OS X 10.5 can download it from
ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org
You can use any of the CS Linux
AnuKramer, a student in the Fall 2007 session of Grinnell College's CSC 151. The image is copyright © 2007 Heather Kramer and is used by permission.