Originally Posted by Jagga
If its an Intel CPU based Mac ... then enable Boot Camp and if you have WinXP Pro lying around use that to install. Select dual boot upon completing install (yes WinXP will install in almost half an hour compared to the full hour on a PC). Then install BBDM manager & download & install the firmware you need. Sure its sounds like a LONG process ... but you'll learn a few cool things and you'll be able to help yourself out in the future (along with BBForums ;) ). But the store can help you out.
Thanks. Sadly, this is a PowerPC Powerbook. However, I'd also have to buy Win XP as well as get Bootcamp running. I've no doubt WinXP will run fine on an Intel box, as I know a number of folks very happy with Parallels running XP Pro, Vista, ME, 98 and Ubuntu.
But not for this Mac. With a lack of news coming out of RIM re a Mac DM, I suppose I should have waited for the 3rd gen iPhone and been done with this :( Now, my carrier is reneg'ing on a billing policy they promised would work as I requested. Are all of these companies full of it?