[iBook] Disk image: what to do with it?

Francois Gijsen f.gijsen at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 01:35:22 PDT 2004

I've just downloaded Cyberduck, and it worked for me like a charm... I
think you've got to update your system to 10.3... read on the
developper page: "Cyberduck has never been tested on any OS X version
prior to 10.3. Your mileage may vary."

I think that's the response to your question... sorry about that... 

Best regards,
Francois Gijsen (Belgium).

On Thu, 16 Sep 2004 14:22:03 -0400, Joy Freeman
<joyslists at pagesbyjoy.com> wrote:
> I fear this is a stupid question with an obvious answer, but I can't find
> it. I wanted to download free or cheap ftp software for very occasional use
> and found a couple of recommendations in previous postings to this list for
> Cyberduck, which is free.
> So I downloaded it. So now I have a disk image in my downloads folder with
> the application and a few supporting (faq, website link, etc.) files--in
> other words, not an installer. I tried copying (by drag and drop) the files
> on the disk image to a new Cyberduck folder I created in the Applications
> folder. Then, when I tried to open Cyberduck from that folder, it hung up
> and I had to force quit. So my husband suggested I try opening the
> application from within the disk image. It does, indeed, open from there,
> but surely I'm not supposed to keep the disk image? What to do?
> Thanks in advance for any illumination,
> Joy
> p.s. I'm on a 600Mhz dual-USB G3 iBook with OS 10.2.8, if that matters.
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