need help updating a unique rule in my validation rules.
I have a abstract validator that will validate a rules before storing into my database and in the rules array I set the email to be unique when creating or registering a user but when updating the user the enique email should not validate if the email is owned by the user.
Most people who build systems will do it just for the fun of it.
This varies depending on what type of system you want.
Yes they do, the Apple EULA (End User License Agreement), states that OS X is only to be run on Apple computers.
However, the legality of this agreement is in dispute in both the courts and by the community at large.
The reason being is those using the retail version can generally find fixes on the net for any problems encountered in short order, whereas those using the distros will have to wait for whoever puts out that particular distro to issue an updated version.
If you don’t know what a motherboard is you might be better off asking someone who does know to build it for you.
Pcwiz has recently released Leo4VMware, a version of Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.2, which has been modified to work flawlessly with VMware on Windows XP or Vista.
It’s not just a VMware disk image, it also contains the configuration files and everything one needs to boot right out of the box.
Installation Instructions: Once you have unzipped the product, there will be a folder called Mac OS X Leopard.
Launch VMware and open an existing virtual machine - then go into the unzipped Mac OS X Leopard Folder and select the Free BSD 64 bit config file.